Conor Feehly

Conor Feehly

Conor Feehly is an Auckland-based science writer and musician, and a recent graduate of the Centre for Science Communication, in Dunedin.

  • Headless? No hindrance…

    Japanese researchers discover a remarkable ability in an already interesting sea slug.

    Move aside salamander, this sea slug is about to blow your regeneration powers out of the water. Scientists from N...

    March 9, 2021
  • NZ quakes, tsunami warnings

    Threat of tsunamis prompts widespread North Island evacuations.

    New Zealanders woke this morning to a series of earthquakes. The largest of them, an 8.1 magnitude quake centred near...

    March 5, 2021
  • Tracking elephants from space

    Scientists count African elephants using satellites.

    It’s often said that certain geographical landmarks – like the Sahara Desert, or human-made structures like the Great...

    February 4, 2021

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