Brian W. Pulling

Brian W. Pulling is a science writer based in Adelaide, South Australia.

Brian W. Pulling is a science writer based in Adelaide, South Australia.

  • Sydney hosts Apollo 11 anniversary exhibition

    Artefacts from the original mission, plus artworks inspired thereby, feature in prominent museum ...

    Heading home: Apollo 11's lunar lander approaching the command module after departing the moon.SuperStock/Getty Image...

    April 22, 2019
  • US agency invites boffins to locate magnetic north

    New ways to calculate pole moves on a planetary scale could win big funding.

    North might not be where you think it is, but a project called MagQuest is giving problem solvers $1.2 million to hel...

    April 1, 2019
  • The experts agree: people will go to Mars

    Physicists and astronauts come to together to discuss the prospects for settling on the Red Plane...

    A four-minute film titled A Trip to Mars was released in 1910. It was the first film to depict humans travelling to a...

    March 20, 2019
  • Name that moon!

    Public invited to suggest names for not one, but five satellites discovered orbiting Jupiter. Bri...

    Jupiter has many moons, some newly discovered and as yet unnamed.Zenobillis/Getty ImagesIn July 2018, Scott Sheppard ...

    March 18, 2019
  • Fabulous fun at Australia’s World Science Festival

    Now in its fourth year, Queensland’s international science celebration has something for everyone.

    Throughout March, the annual World Science Festival Brisbane will see hundreds of expert presenters and tens of thous...

    February 18, 2019
  • Opportunity for would-be marine biologists

    Rare chance for school students to join in a research expedition.

    Secondary school students have the opportunity to become marine biologists for a week this April in Tasmania, Austral...

    February 6, 2019
  • Docs jump on bikes to aid pain research

    Group plans to ride across the Australian state of Tasmania to raise funds and awareness.

    Researchers and clinicians will soon be cycling across Tasmania, Australia, to raise money and awareness about pain.T...

    January 10, 2019
  • Call for help to trace endangered sawfish

    Research organisations need help from citizen scientists.

    Researchers at an organisation called Sharks and Rays Australia (SARA) are enlisting the public to collect data in an...

    January 8, 2019
  • Scientists want your underwater shots

    Great Barrier Reef snaps form part of a citizen science project.

    A new program directed by researchers at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is calling on citizen scientists t...

    December 10, 2018
  • Nobel laureate physicist heads to Perth

    LIGO pioneer to address conference. Brian W. Pulling reports.

    Nobel laureate Rainer Weiss will be a guest at the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP) Congress, which will run bet...

    December 2, 2018
  • Biochar boffins for Australian tour

    Agricultural science to be the focus of presentations.

    The first ever Australia New Zealand Biochar Study Tour will visit several cities across South Australia and Victoria...

    November 14, 2018
  • AI under the spotlight

    Australian forum looks at the challenges of living with artificial intelligence.

    The ethical dilemmas inherent in artificial intelligence (AI) will be the focus of a seminar held at the State Librar...

    October 31, 2018
  • NASA launches Mars podcasts

    All the thrills and spills of the latest mission to the Red Planet are now downloadable. Brian W....

    A new podcast from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California gives listeners a behind the scenes look at...

    October 30, 2018
  • Europa, in all its frozen glory

    Researchers create first ever complete thermal map of Jupiter’s moon. Brian W. Pulling reports.

    For the first time, researchers have taken photographs which create a complete thermal map of the surface of Jupiter’...

    October 25, 2018
  • Australian, US astronomers combine to produce new infrared telescope

    The first device able to monitor the entire north sky swings in action. Brian W. Pulling reports.

    A new infrared telescope is the first to be able to monitor the entire northern sky for hidden treasures among dying ...

    October 17, 2018
  • Dive marathon to raise funds for reef campaign

    Australian divers set to do 24 hour swimming pool event in family-friendly surrounds. Brian W. Pu...

    Divers at the University of Queensland in Australia will spend 24 hours under water in an effort to raise money and a...

    October 15, 2018

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