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  1. Do sabre-toothed tigers prowl university campuses?

    By Kimberley Reid, Class of 2017 (Sabre-tooth tiger image credit James st. John via Flickr)     Do sabre-toothed tigers lounge in empty lecture theatres? Have …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/07/20/do-sabre-toothed-tigers-prowl-university-campuses

  2. This building looks like a duck…and other facts about pareidolia

    By Leslie Ng, Class of 2016 We’ve all experienced it before, and we can’t escape it. Whether it’s a building that looks like a duck, or …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/07/13/171

  3. To think or not to think?

    By Po-Chen Liu, class of 2020. Visit Po-Chen’s LinkedIn and Website. Mind control, is real, well basically. In 2012, a ​paper published in the journal Nature by …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/07/08/to-think-or-not-to-think

  4. High Seas and Low Lands: The Netherlands and Coping with Life Under Sea Level

    By Chayton Bouwmeester, class of 2020. With roughly a third of the country below average sea level, you can imagine why the Dutch might have an …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/06/30/high-seas-and-low-lands-the-netherlands-and-coping-with-life-under-sea-level

  5. Zoonosis and the next pandemic: why hindsight must be 2020

    By Calandra Grima, class of 2020. Image by James Wainscoat, via Unsplash (left); Image by Luke Jones, via Unsplash (right) From the Black Death, Spanish Influenza and HIV/AIDS, to SARS, Ebola, and …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/06/23/zoonosis-and-the-next-pandemic-why-hindsight-must-be-2020

  6. A low-ranking monkey, or just blue balls?

    By Sophia Giarrusso, class of 2020 (@GiarrussoSophia on Twitter) Vervet monkeys have small cute faces and bright blue testicles. Over the male’s lifetime, the blue colour …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/06/16/a-low-ranking-monkey-or-just-blue-balls

  7. Give it up for hand hygiene!

    By Ekmini Ramanayaka Pathirannehelage, class of 2020. I think our hands have been feeling extra special over the past few months, don’t you? From Prime Minister Boris …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/06/09/give-it-up-for-hand-hygiene

  8. I dreamed a dream… and dreamed it again

    By Jordy Grinpukel, Class of 2016   You race down the corridor, trying to avoid the milling crowds lining the hallway. Get out of the way! …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/06/02/i-dreamed-a-dream-and-dreamed-it-again

  9. Have we been thinking about stress all wrong?

    By Charles Tan, Class of 2016 No one likes stress very much. We’ve always been told we needed to deal with our stress by getting rid …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/05/26/have-we-been-thinking-about-stress-all-wrong

  10. The Tea on Microplastics

    By Kate Huckstep, class of 2019 Microplastics have been getting a lot of attention lately, as more and more of them are found in our oceans, rivers, …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/science-communication/2021/05/19/the-tea-on-microplastics

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