Science

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

July 10, 2017

Environment

Claudia Poposki

Stephen Hawking expresses concerns on climate change

World renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has spoken to the BBC about his concerns over President Donald Trump electing to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement. He fears it could lead t

June 28, 2017

News

Brylie Harris

10 New Candidates for Alien Life Have Been Found

Alien life is out there, somewhere. At least the odds are pretty likely considering NASA has discovered 10 new and potentially habitable Earth sized planets with its Kepler telescope. Don't believe

June 27, 2017

Health

Claire Farquhar

How Food Affects our Emotional Health

We know that our diets are a pivotal influence on our physical health, but new evidence suggests that our food choices also influence our mental health. The evidence suggests a link between a health

June 08, 2017

Science

Courtney Allan

Scientists Create a "Black Hole". Sort of

To me, science is astounding. I'm perfectly happy in my bubble where  space is neat, but also so enormous that I feel like an ant. If you ever need another reminder on your insignificance, a group of

June 06, 2017

Health

Courtney Allan

Valium recall due to tampering

There's been a recall on Valium due to evidence of the relaxant being switched out for different drugs other than muscle relaxers in a Sydney distribution centre. Check your pills, my pals! The batch

June 02, 2017

Health

Sofia Casanova

The Endometriosis Study Stirring Up Controversy

Endometriosis affects 10% of women worldwide, and one in 10 Australian women during their reproductive years. Endometriosis is when the tissue that is similar to the lining of the uterus develops ex

May 30, 2017

Lifestyle

Beth Cunningham

What we Learned at the Hemp Health and Innovation Symposium 2017

Lets be real, we all know the image that comes to mind when the words hemp or cannabis come into a conversation. We think hippies, hot boxing and hallucinations are the epitome of the humble cannabis