We’re still in the process of adding organisation categories, images and captions to our 2015 stories. In the meantime, you can use the search tool to locate stories by keyword. Alternatively, click here to see our online table of contents.
Our 2015 collection features more than 50 stories and celebrates the best of the past year’s Australian science: from the underground hunt for dark matter to 3D-printed jet engines; from printed body parts to insulin in plant seeds; from better tasting bread for China to the underlying genetics of epilepsy. And there’s a special feature on Australia Japan collaboration.
We’ve already presented the collection to the World Congress of Science Journalists in Korea. Over the coming months we will be distributing 15,000 copies to journalists, embassies, schools, MPs and others in Australia and around the world.
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.
We will send it to journalists in Australia and overseas, to science leaders and influencers. Read the full distribution here.
Click here for more information and submission details.
Earlier editions of Stories of Australian Science and our other publications
Over the past nine 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 (for all years except 2015), Australian state or field of science using the menus on the right-hand side of this page.