This week at Science in Public

This Week

Science in Public is open for business with a full suite of services including our training, which is available via Zoom, Teams, Skype etc: Our team of six salaried staff are all working from home and we’re working hard to ensure that we can keep everything rolling.

Whale shark story, Embargoed to 6 April, paper available on page, contact Andrew@scienceinpublic.com.au for password.

ATSE health technology report, Embargoed to 7 April, full report available on page, contact Tanya@scienceinpublic.com.au for password.

Detecting asthma in horses: Using a face mask, Adelaide researchers have a new way to detect a major hidden equine health issue.

Solving a mystery in 126 dimensions: After 90 years, scientists reveal the structure of benzene.

New bendable cement-free concrete: Swinburne researchers have developed a new cement-free concrete that can potentially make safer, long-lasting and greener infrastructure.

Ghostly traces of massive ancient river revealed: Using zircon crystals, researchers have discovered the route of a massive ancient river that could help find new reservoirs of fossil fuels and suggest how modern rivers might change over time.