Our latest collection, Stories of Australian Science 2012, is now online here.
Brian Schmidt won a Nobel Prize, Australia won part of the $2 billion Square Kilometre Array radio telescope and Australians continue to add to the leadership and ranks of the most prestigious and productive research groups across the planet.
In this collection, you’ll learn about: the winners of major science prizes, the work of Australian science institutions, Australia’s connection to the 2012 announcement of the discovery of a Higgs boson-like particle and much more.
We’ve also published a magazine, which is being distributed to journalists, politicians, universities and funding bodies in Australia and overseas. If you’d like copies of the magazine, please get in touch.
Previous editions of Stories of Australian Science
Over the past five years, we’ve profiled the breadth and depth of Australian science in our magazines — from astronomy to zoology; climate science to quantum mechanics.
We’ve featured more than 200 stories so far, which are all available online. You can filter a search by organisation, Australian state or field of science using the menus on the right-hand side of this page.