What we know helps determine what we hear, study show.
University of Melbourne researchers look at us looking up.
As a space nerd, speaking to people who have landed on the moon is probably a normal person’s version of meeting Beyoncé and the Yankees on the same day. For Todd Douglas Miller, not only did he get to meet one of his heroes, Michael Collins, he also got to spend thousands of hours watching … Continue reading Behind the scenes of Apollo 11
Modern data suggests the philosophers are right. Biplab Das reports.
Science and storytelling meld into an emotional rollercoaster at SCINEMA, the southern hemisphere’s largest science film festival. From near impossible medical achievements to the complicated love lives of one-in-a-million snails, audiences are taken through the highs and lows of science and what it means to be human. Here’s eight films being shown at the national … Continue reading Films that will change how you see the world
A new book explores links between states of mind and science fiction. Andrew Masterson reports.
Computer vision and neural networks have been treated poorly by story-tellers, according to a leading roboticist. Andrew Masterson reports.
SCINEMA biggest national movie event in the country.
Researcher finds famous satirist made mistakes on Lilliputian physiology. Andrew Masterson reports.
Can some of the most important paintings in history be ascribed, in part, to impaired vision? Andrew Anderson from the Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences at University of Melbourne in Australia explains.
New techniques for genetic analysis are helping us build more detailed and accurate stories about the ancient histories of the first Australians. David Lambert, professor of Evolutionary Biology at Griffith University in Queensland, explains.
Harvard experiment finds songs share common forms and functions across cultures. Jeff Glorfeld reports.