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Blimey! Will you Harry me?  … science fail … Triple J culture wars heat up …

Blimey! Will you Harry me?  … science fail … Triple J culture wars heat up …

The press has reacted with the restraint you'd expect to the news of Prince Harry's engagement, with front pages almost dedicated to the news.

Why science doesn’t belong to everyone (yet)

Why science doesn’t belong to everyone (yet)

Publications are the key to science -- but it's an expensive exercise. And it puts a price on research that the public can't afford to pay, argue science writers Upulie Divisekera and Adam G Dunn.

Science reporting banished to the ‘fast-food news ghetto’

Science reporting banished to the ‘fast-food news ghetto’

Media redundancies have banished important reporters in science, health and environment. It's bad news for understanding important issues, says the Australian Science Media Centre's Lyndal Byford.