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  1. Lose weight by gaining fat – WTF???

    Measuring tape wrapped around a fork

    By Wayne Du, Class of 2020.   Before COVID19 hit Melbourne resulting in our countless number of lockdowns, I had so many good habits, including a …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/09/24/lose-weight-by-gaining-fat-wtf

  2. But HOW gay are you?

    By Leela Calalang, Class of 2020.   At the time of publication, Melbourne is on track to hold the world record for time spent in hard lockdown. …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/09/17/but-how-gay-are-you

  3. Russian spies in a park near you?

    By Kate Bongiovanni, Class of 2020.   It’s a beautiful sunny day and you’re walking through your local park soaking up the warmth of the sun, …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/09/10/russian-spies-in-a-park-near-you

  4. Frogs Under Fire

    By Christina Renowden (@eco_christinar), Class of 2020.   For over 200 million years, frogs have been happily chirping, peeping and hopping about the planet. Often referred …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/09/03/frogs-under-fire

  5. Soldier Flies Join the War against Antibiotic Resistance

    by Jess Beecroft, class of 2020. Preventing plant diseases using fly larvae fat Black Soldier Fly Head, Hermetia illucens. Image by Thomas Shahan via Creative Commons Plant …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/08/27/soldier-flies-join-the-war-against-antibiotic-resistance

  6. When Life Almost Ended Permian-tly…

    By Kim Meyers, Class of 2016 What makes Earth so extraordinary is the life it homes. Life occurs in so many different shapes and forms and …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/08/20/when-life-almost-ended-permian-tly

  7. Where did all the giant bugs go?

    By Jasmine McBain-Miller, Class of 2016  We’ve all experienced the unpleasantness of having an insect fly into our mouths. If we’re lucky and fast enough, we might …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/08/13/where-did-all-the-giant-bugs-go

  8. Epigenetics: A Thrifty way of using DNA

    By Kim Meyers, Class of 2016 Most of us strive to lead healthy and happy lives. But our vulnerability to disease in adult life can be …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/08/06/epigenetics-a-thrifty-way-of-using-dna

  9. Can coral create rain?

    By Tim Brown, class of 2016 As I’m typing this, a group of researchers from QUT are cruising along the Great Barrier Reef. But they aren’t …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/07/30/can-coral-create-rain

  10. Video Explainer: F1 Drivers Aren’t Real Athletes – They’re Elite Athletes

    By JT Yeung, class of 2017 (Image by www.twin-loc.fr via Flickr) I’ve always had a burning ambition to turn my scripts into videos. Particularly since we are living …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/07/27/video-explainer-f1-drivers-arent-real-athletes-theyre-elite-athletes

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