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Anzang nature photography exhibition at SA Museum

The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2013 exhibition is happening at the South Australian Museum, and there are some truly stunning images on display. The exhibition will continue until Monday 25th November, 10.00 am – 5.00 pm daily, … Continue reading

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Bower birds go a-courting

Spring is the time for the birds to start their courting rituals, and that includes one of the most interesting, the bowerbird. Male bowerbirds court potential mates by building a complex bower of twigs, sometimes up to a metre high, … Continue reading

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Underwater art

I revisited this site today, and it’s worth another post. The artist, Jason de Caires Taylor,

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Science communication needs a touch of the Renaissance

Its official: science fact is losing out to a range of fictions in the public arena. A recent survey of science literacy conducted by the Australian Academy of Science found that fewer people could answer basic science questions, such as … Continue reading

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It’s Waterhouse time

The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize is, in the words of the South Australian Museum, “a unique opportunity for talented artists to immerse themselves in the wonders of science”. The exhibition was launched, with much fanfare and a welcome speech … Continue reading

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