In the mag

Discovering Australia’s own sea turtle

Understanding the Flatback turtle requieres more than your average conservation program.

The robots are coming

A new generation of robots is shaping the way in which we perceive technology. Are we ready to work with them?

I will survive

Devil Ark is a new initiative that might save the Tasmanian devil. Will they get rid of the infamous DFTD? Will they stop extinction?

From the archives: Test-tube babies

The first test-tube baby, Louise Joy Brown, was born in 1978.

Ancient Sumerians may not have consumed beer

Were they really the world’s first brewers?

From the archives: The bombing of Darwin

Seventy years ago the droning of aircraft could be heard above Darwin.

The all-time diva of flies

Taxonomy immortalises Beyonce.

Total lunar eclipse guide December 2011

Lunar eclipses are safe to watch, and you’ll have the chance to see one on December 10-11, 2011.

Strawberries can save your stomach from alcohol

The compounds in strawberries may be the answer to stomach ulcers.

Vintage Science: A Giving Hand

The birth of the goodwill and health care giant: the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

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