Jul 11, 20179 Comments
Wrong again, fellas. Master's student in sustainability Tom Allen helps Andrew Bolt and Chris Kenny understand basic climate science.
Mar 6, 20175 Comments
Giving open access to already-used data has some key benefits, writes biologist Allen Greer.
Nov 18, 20163 Comments
Crikey intern Rachel Robertson takes us through 10 of the oddest animals recently discovered.
Ben SandilandsNov 15, 2016
There's a bad moon on the rise -- or at least, an enormous tide of ignorance when it comes to reporting on very common astronomical occurrences.
Nov 3, 20164 Comments
A review of Catalyst found staff had low morale and felt unsupported by management. The show will be completely reworked next year -- but the scientific community is split on whether that is a good idea, write Anthea Batsakis and Myriam Robin
Bernard KeaneMar 16, 20169 Comments
One of the most important industries in Australia has few women -- and the situation is getting worse. Bernard Keane looks at the tech sector and its "female problem".
Josh TaylorOct 27, 201512 Comments
Does Malcolm Turnbull really want this government to back science? Here are some of Abbott's mistakes he can fix.
Helen RazerMar 26, 201531 Comments
A toxic mix of scientism and a delusional belief in pseudo-history have created a world in which we pick and choose easy "answers", rather than search for actual knowledge.
Guy RundleFeb 13, 2015117 Comments
The anti-vaxx crowd are wrong, but that does not mean they are irrational.
Helen RazerNov 20, 201431 Comments
Sarah "I Quit Sugar" Wilson has declared illness to be caused by "female self-hatred". Actual scientists think somewhat differently.