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By Thomas Six times the Apollo missions landed on the Moon (Yes, they did!). Six times “first words” were spoken on the lunar surface. Most of them are not well known though. What were they and how do they compare … Continue reading →
By Kate How might you measure a scientist’s ‘scientific worth’? Today I will cover three indices developed to rank just how effective scientists are! In alphabetical and best to last order. The h-index This index attempts to capture both the … Continue reading →
By Tanja At the time of writing I am sitting at LAX (in this student’s opinion THE shittiest airport I’ve seen so far) with approximately 7 more hours to wait for my connecting flight to Sydney. I am traveling back … Continue reading →
By Michael Some of you may have heard this embarrassing story from back in October. The incoming Chief of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Dr. Larry Marshall, was being interviewed by ABC Rural about what to expect … Continue reading →
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