Illustrations featured on Buzz Hoot Roar

For love or for supper? Why do critters light up? James Hutson was invited by the well-regarded science blog Buzz Hoot Roar to illustrate a guest post written by Matt Shipman on the reasons why sea and land animals put on the ultimate light show. The following extracts are from James’ 5-panel illustrations, so do check out the full […]

#onsci: 4th April – Outreach vs Inreach

This month’s #onsci is is being led by Ni Wayan Ratnamaheshwari (@NINjAitsu), Ratih (@squirateeh), David Wong (@PhotoEcologist) and Dan Craig (@talldancraig) who are all currently undertaking an intensive on science and social media at ANU. The topic up for discussion is “Outreach vs Inreach” Summary: This month on #onsci, we would like to question about the […]

#onsci: 7th February – Science Online

Kristin: At the start of February, the Science Online 2013 supported watch parties including one in Adelaide organised by Sarah Keenihan, Heather Bray and me, and parties in Melbourne & Geelong organised by George Aranda and Vanessa Vaughan. Here are the sessions that we followed: Why won’t the science deficit model die? #scioDM (session 3A) Blog post by Heather […]

2012: Our Year in Review

We wish you all a happy holiday season. As 2012 draws to a close, we’re reflecting on a diverse and full year. Our responses to the question “What does your business do?” seem to perplex. Foresight or science engagement is rarely a category, so we try on consulting services, training, event management, multimedia, graphic design and freelance […]

#onsci: 9th August – Whose curriculum?

This month’s #onsci is is being led by Charlotte Pezaro (@cpezaro), teacher and PhD candidate at the University of Queensland. Charlotte: Whose curriculum is it anyway? The Australian Curriculum, years in development and now in its 3rd version, is currently the mandated curriculum to be taught in all schools in Australia (with the exception of NSW, […]