Whitley Awards 2019: Recognising the best of Australasian zoological literature
Each year the Royal Zoological Society of NSW celebrates the best of Australasian zoological literature by awarding the Whitley Medal. In 2019 we are thrilled to announce the winner is Zobi and the Zoox: A Story of Coral Bleaching.
Peer Review Week: supporting quality peer review
Peer reviewers are an integral part of scholarly publishing. Learn more about how we seek to support the peer review process and get better at acknowledging our reviewers.
The Beauty Beneath – Underwater Sydney
Dip below the surface to discover the extraordinary plants and animals that call Sydney Harbour home.
Bakers with a Cause: Threatened Species Day
The Threatened Species Bake Off is an annual nationwide event to build awareness of Australia’s threatened flora and fauna. Our staff members are passionate about protecting our endangered species – we also really like cake.
Books in Beijing: representing Australian science abroad
From the chaos, Zen and extreme organisation of China's capital, our Rights and Special Sales Executive, Claire Gibson, reports on her experience of attending the Beijing International Book Fair.
Q&A with Dr Samantha Grover, Superstar of STEM
Soil scientist and Exploring Soils author Dr Sam Grover shares her experience so far of being part of a national program designed to increase the visibility of women in science.
Behind the scenes at Double Helix magazine
Double Helix magazine is packed with news, facts, fun experiments and giveaways, perfect for enquiring minds. Editor of the magazine, Jasmine Fellows, takes us behind the scenes to explain how they create each issue.
Sink your teeth into a virtual issue on oral health
A new free-to-read Australian Journal of Primary Health virtual issue addresses various aspects of oral healthcare, including access, vulnerable groups and new models of service delivery.
Birds of Prey: Stephen Debus’ eagled-eyed observations
For more than 40 years Stephen Debus has studied or observed all of Australia’s resident raptor species – here Stephen shares some of his experiences with these magnificent birds.
In-Spidering Research: Dr Leanda Mason and the world-famous Trapdoor Spider
A year after her Pacific Conservation Biology article about the world’s oldest spider went viral, Leanda Mason shares why she thinks it resonated with the public and what it was like to work with the legendary 'Lady of Spiders', Barbara York Main.