What are the most memorable stories of 2022 for Cosmos Science journalists?
Ellen Phiddian this year, among other things, covered the research days of the AFAC (National council of fire and emergency services) Conference reported in detail on how to communicate with diverse communities.
But her top five memorable stories included spiders, fruit fly, drug induced music concerts and making merry with mRNA.
In this video she discusses:
- Inside the Adelaide facility that could make mRNA
- World’s biggest and oldest living plant found in Australia
- Breakthrough makes it suddenly easy to divide & store a gas
- How did Adelaide eradicate a Queensland fruit fly outbreak?
- CanKet: how chemists found the mystery drug explained
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Originally published by Cosmos as Five in five minutes: my favourite science stories – Ellen Phiddian
Ellen Phiddian is a science journalist at Cosmos. She has a BSc (Honours) in chemistry and science communication, and an MSc in science communication, both from the Australian National University.
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