Science

January 07, 2018

Health

Kyle Chapman

YouTuber Slammed For Suicide Forest Vlog

YouTube is no stranger to users doing moronic, insensitive things for attention, from small-timers filming pranks gone wrong to famous channels making racist remarks. Suicide, however, is one step too

October 17, 2017

Science

Brylie Harris

Popular gadget puts a new spin on space

Ever wondered what a fidget spinner in space would look like? Wonder no more. NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik has posted a video of himself and his co-workers testing out the doodad on the International

October 10, 2017

Breaking

Sofia Casanova

A.R.S.E: What We Could Have Named Australia's First Space Agency

There has been talk about Australia's first space agency, but that's not the only thing being talked about. A website for an organisation called Australian Research and Space Exploration has popped up

October 01, 2017

Breaking

Lizzie Jack

Spilt Milk 2017 To Provide Free Pill Testing

The Canberra Government has finally jumped on board the bid to provide free pill testing at music festivals, approving a trial at this year's Spilt Milk Festival on November 25. There has been mont

September 07, 2017

Health

Claire Farquhar

The Red Cross is Thirsty for your Superpower Blood

If you could have one superpower what would it be? Invisibility or telepathic communication powers, perhaps? According to the Red Cross, you may already have a superpower hidden in your blood. "

September 06, 2017

Science

Claudia Poposki

The chocolate world has a new addition: ruby chocolate

Chocolate has been the same for a while now, with your options being either milk, dark or white. The last great chocolate innovation was in fact white chocolate, which was created by Nestlé more tha

September 06, 2017

News

Brylie Harris

Scientists discover a BIG black hole

Astronomers have found evidence of a massive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way galaxy. The hole is estimated to be one hundred times more massive than the sun. That is one big hole. Sou

August 14, 2017

Health

Sofia Casanova

End your tampon disposal woes with FabLittleBag

Ever felt uncomfortable about disposing of used sanitary products? Couldn’t find a bin so you did the ol' hand bag smuggle or naughty toilet flush? Whether you're a flusher or a binner, periods s

August 04, 2017

Health

Claudia Poposki

Sperm Counts Dropping in the West According to Study

Sperm counts in the Western world are dropping.  In fact, over the last 40 years it has almost halved. Between 1973 and 2011, the concentration of sperm in ejaculate has fallen yearly by an average o

July 23, 2017

Science

Courtney Allan

Mars isn’t the second Earth we think it is

Ever since we humans discovered that Mars is as close as we’re going to get to another Earth, there’s been a dream that one day we'll live there. Popular culture has even gotten on board with the

July 16, 2017

Features

Lachlan Maddock

Relax: Robots (Probably) Aren't Going to Steal our Jobs

The robot revolution is coming. It's going to make humans redundant; autonomous machines are going to steal our jobs in much the same way that the printing press and stocking frame put 19th century t

July 12, 2017

Breaking

Claudia Poposki

NASA to Reveal Jupiter's Great Red Spot

It's been a year since the world's most famous space agency sent their Juno spacecraft into Jupiter's orbit. Now for the first time, humans are about to see what is described as a 16,093 km storm t