Ken Eastwood

Ken Eastwood

Sydney-based journalist and photographer Ken Eastwood has covered science and natural history for three decades.

  • Sparkling science

    If you reach for a glass of bubbly this festive season, take a moment to savour the sophisticated...

    Taste a glass of sparkling wine and uncork the science. Some of the 49 million bubbles found in each bottle will hit ...

    December 10, 2021
  • East coast frogs dying by the thousands

    Frogs are vanishing in numbers along the east coast, and we’re not entirely sure why – but locals...

    In early to mid-June, a few reports started coming into Dr Jodi Rowley, reptile and amphibian curator at the Australi...

    September 3, 2021
  • How are we doing? Corporate Australia’s zero-emissions report card

    An analysis of corporate Australia and their progress to  net zero emissions shows some surprisin...

    The report cards are in. Corporate Australia has been marked on how it’s progressing towards net zero emissions, and ...

    August 6, 2021
  • Sports injury forecast in a blood test… coming soon to a footy team near you?

    The Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics is working on a simple blood test to forecast whether a pla...

    This article first appeared in Cosmos Weekly on 11 June 2021. For more stories like this, subscribe to Cosmos Weekly....

    June 18, 2021
  • Sports injury forecast in a blood test… coming soon to a footy team near you?

    The Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics is working on a simple blood test to forecast whether a pla...

    Port Adelaide footy players are rightly feeling pretty good. They are sitting in fifth position on the AFL ladder, ha...

    June 11, 2021

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