Whitley Awards 2023: Showcasing the best Australasian zoological literature
We are thrilled that Prehistoric Australasia: Visions of Evolution and Extinction has been awarded the prestigious Whitley Medal at the 2023 Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales Whitley Awards!
We’re for Open Access
We've been publishing journals since 1948, but a lot has changed since then; including the move towards Open Access research.
Whitley Awards 2022: Celebrating Australasian zoological literature
The Whitley Awards recognise the best of Australasian zoological literature. This year we are thrilled to announce that Australian Deserts: Ecology and Landscapes by Steve Morton has been awarded the prestigious Whitley Medal.
Strong Scientific Posters: Presenting science concisely with Bruce Kirchoff
Dr Bruce Kirchoff, author of Presenting Science Concisely, gives his top tips on producing a good scientific poster: lay out your poster as if it were a picture, and write a descriptive title.
Writing for Impact: Advice and insights from our scientific writing workshops
Our writing workshops are the perfect resource for researchers to perfect the creative and technical sides of scientific writing. We spoke to facilitator Camilla Myers about what to expect and a few of her best tips for writing well.
Shifting towards an Open Science future
In recognition of the need for science to be open and accessible, we support various Open Access models and initiatives to help our authors reach the broadest audience for their work.
The Secrets of Good Science Communication: telling stories that matter with Craig Cormick
Dr Craig Cormick, author of The Science of Communicating Science, reveals his three top tips for communicating science to influence beliefs, behaviours and policies.
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.