Behind the Pages with Nic Gill
In June, Nic Gill author of Animal Eco-Warriors, will be presenting a workshop at the Greenwich Book Festival in London. Before she takes off, we've asked Nic where she got the inspiration to write her first children's book about animal eco-warriors!
Sequencing Eucalypt DNA: behind the scenes with Andrew Thornhill
We asked the lead author of an Australian Systematic Botany study to shed some light on the many years of work, people involved and challenges of sequencing the DNA of over 700 eucalypt species.
Publons Partnership to Enhance Peer Review Experience
We’re excited to announce that we have partnered with Publons to recognise and reward our peer reviewers by supporting them to record, verify and display their contributions.
Science Illustrated – Q&A with Aviva Reed
Aviva Reed is a visual ecologist and children's book illustrator whose exquisite illustrations can be found in the Small Friends Books series. We've asked Aviva to tell us a little about her inspiration and creative process.
70 Years of Australian Journal of Chemistry: a retrospective
To celebrate seven decades of publication, we reflect on the history of Australian Journal of Chemistry and share some of the most influential research from its pages.
Science Illustrated – Q&A with Coral Tulloch
To celebrate the announcement of Bouncing Back being shortlisted in the 2019 CBCAs we’ve asked Coral Tulloch to share a bit about her inspirations and her creative process.
The Worth of Wetlands: understanding the monetary value of global wetlands
Global wetlands are worth the equivalent of over US$47 trillion dollars a year, according to a study published in the journal Marine and Freshwater Research.
A Notable Achievement: Rohan Cleave reflects on the CBCAs
In 2016 Rohan Cleave's first book Phasmid made the CBCA shortlist. Find out where the author got his inspiration to write for children and what receiving this recognition meant to him.
A Postcard from London Book Fair 2019
Our Books Publishing Director Briana Melideo recently attended the London Book Fair. Here are some of her reflections on this important industry event.