Risky outdoor play can boost science education

Risky play should be incorporated into early childhood science education in nature-based settings to lay early foundations for science education, says Deakin researcher.

Beetles in a bottle: A message from aliens to schools

While invasive alien species (IAS) represent a growing threat to global biodiversity and ecosystems, public awareness of them hasn't seen a significant increase. Many researchers believe informing people about IAS is an essential ...

How the humble protist could shore up the world's food supply

Protists, a broad class of generally single-celled organisms that includes algae and amoebae, have long been regarded as a "catch-all" category for diverse microorganisms. Because of their diversity and prevalence, protists ...

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