Stories of Australian Science 2014 – out now

Stories of Australian Science 2014 highlights the best Australian science discoveries, prize-winners and top achievers from 2013.

Science is a driver of economic, social and cultural change.

It tells us how our world is changing, and what we can do about it, if we choose to.

But science needs stories and it needs heroes to tell those stories in order to engage with the wider community.

We believe this collection of stories helps. It’s a taste of the best of Australian science.

You can download a copy of the pdf here or view them online.

You can search our complete stories database by organisation, state, field of science or keyword using the fields on the right. Or explore each publication by choosing from the Online tab at the top of the page.

We’ve just printed up 10,000 copies of Stories of Australian Science 2014 and sent 1,200 over to Japan to accompany Questacon’s Science Circus tour around Japan in April and May 2014.

We’re also distributing them to Australian and international journalists, Australian politicians, science leaders, teachers and students, and major science institutions.

If you’d like copies of the magazine, please get in touch.

Our next storybook

Please email me on niall@scienceinpublic.com.au or call the office on (03) 9398 1416 if you’d like to include your best science of 2014 in our next storybook, Stories of Australian Science 2015.

Earlier editions of Stories of Australian Science and our other publications

Over the past eight years, we’ve profiled the breadth and depth of Australian science in our magazines — from astronomy to zoology, climate science to quantum mechanics.

We’ve featured more than 200 stories so far, all of which are available online. You can filter a search by organisation, Australian state or field of science using the menus on the right-hand side of this page.

Stories of Australian Science 2012Stories of Australian Astronomy 2012Stories of Australian Science 2010Stories of Australian Science 2007