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Science Student Enrolments: The Glass Is Half-Full

By Simon Grose

Fewer science students at school is better than more. It’s what they do next that matters.

Simon Grose is a Director of Science Media (sciencemedia.com.au).

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Infinity Equals Nothing

By Simon Grose

The work of Australia’s new Nobel Laureate challenges the semantics of the absolute.

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Equity for Eureka

By Simon Grose

The science journalism award is overdue for a refresh.

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It’s Not a Party, Don

By Simon Grose

A key Labor reformer pads up again in the Department of Innovation.

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Greenpeaceasauras

By Simon Grose

Is this green warrior tribe a vulnerable species?

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What Science Chiefly Needs

By Simon Says

Australia’s new Chief Scientist could be as good as the first.

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The Future is a Big Hole – For Now

By Simon Grose

Being a quarry for the world is not enough but it buys us time to develop a high-tech economy.

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Big Polluters R Us

By Simon Grose

The buck stops with “ordinary taxpayers” when it comes to paying for carbon emissions.

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Natural Disasters or Natural Events?

By Simon Grose

Were the weather events of the past summer truly “extreme”?

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Aspiring to Inspire

By Simon Grose

Can the government’s Inspire Australia strategy raise public appreciation of science?

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