An Encyclopedia of Great Ideas: Talking STEM with Jenny Jacoby
The world of science, technology, engineering and maths is full of exciting ideas you may not have come across before. In The Encyclopedia of STEM Words, author Jenny Jacoby shares 100 of her favourites.
Fantastic Orchids and Where to Find Them
Step into the enchanting world of Australia's native orchids with Gary Backhouse, author of Guide to Native Orchids of Victoria.
From Viral Fossils to Whale Parties: Five science stories that we think you’ll love!
Felt like 2021 went by in a blur? Us too! Here is a selection of intriguing research published in our journals that you may have missed last year.
Wild About Native Orchids: Q&A with Lachlan Copeland
Botanist, photographer and orchid enthusiast Dr Lachlan Copeland reveals the surprising diversity and extraordinary beauty of Australia’s native orchids.
Science That Will Blow Your Mind!
Consider yourself a science buff? We love science trivia, so we've created this fun quiz to test your knowledge!
Plantastic! Discover fantastic Aussie plants with Cat Clowes and Rachel Gyan
Australia is an amazing place, with unique and wonderful fauna. But do you know much about Australian flora? Embark on a Plantastic! journey exploring 26 incredible Australian native species, in this picture book for kids.
The Invertebrate World: Exploring Australia’s subtropical rainforests with Geoff Williams
Conservation Biologist Geoff Williams, author of The Invertebrate World of Australia's Subtropical Rainforests, discusses how he was inspired by the otherworldly beauty of subtropical rainforest and its inhabitants.
Discovery in the Tropics: Meet the new Editor-in-Chief of Australian Systematic Botany
In 2020 Professor Darren Crayn became the new Editor-in-Chief of Australian Systematic Botany. We recently spoke to him about his research and his hopes for the future of the journal as he begins his new role.
Reflections of an Editor-in-Chief: Q&A with Dr Daniel Murphy
To celebrate his time as Editor-in-Chief of Australian Systematic Botany, we spoke to Dr Daniel Murphy about his time working on the journal as he prepares to hand over the role.