Little Mermaid’s umbrella turns up in the Andamans
By Hasathi Bhagavatula, B.Sc Blended, Class of 2022 A biology enthusiast named Felix was vacationing in the Andaman Islands of India, when he accidentally spotted …
In vitro meat, the guilt-free alternative for meat lovers
By Camila Alfonso, Class of 2020. Animal welfare, greenhouse gas emissions and health concerns. These are some of the reasons people are choosing to become …
Cheese? Yes please!
By Kirsten Lee, Class of 2020. Cheese, glorious cheese. The melting, oozing, creamy goodness, loved the world over. Unfortunately for those who struggle with lactose intolerance, …
Does time really exist?
By Madeleine Hedin, Class of 2020. Over the last 18 months or so (aka in lockdown), you’ve no doubt, at some point, had a little …
Total, Utter CHAOS
By Isobel Abell, Class of 2020. Bourke Street on Christmas Eve. Eight dogs in a small room after you say “Walkies!” The state of online …
Dude, where’s my attention span?
By Eilish Roberts, Class of 2019. Am I the only one who feels like my attention span is becoming shorter than a matchstick? I used to …
The science and power of first impressions
By Janine Jaramillo, Class of 2020. “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” – Will Rogers At some point in our lives, …
The Science of Ghost-Busting
By Cat Thomson, Class of 2020. Image courtesy of Lennart Wittstock via Pexels It’s now October which means that Halloween and the spooky season is just …
Silent but deadly – farts explained
By Sophia Giarrusso, Class of 2020. I’ve been wracking my brains the past week trying to think of an interesting topic to write about. A …
Susceptibilis: the land of complete susceptibility
By Ekmini Ramanayaka Pathirannehelage, Class of 2020. Imagine that in the middle of the Pacific Ocean there is an island called ‘Susceptibilis’. It has a …
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