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We profile some of the world's greatest scientific minds.
A talk with anthropologist and author Wade Davis
The secret of 42-year-old Tanya Monro’s meteoric rise.
Renowned astrophysicist Alan Guth once had trouble holding down a job.
Don Ingber is a disruptive influence, which is what the Harvard-based Wyss Institute wants in a director.
But is Australia's top boffin tilting at windmills?
A physicist weighs in on the mysteries of consciousness.
A new ocean for the US Navy to patrol.
Physicist Andrea Morello is upending the way we think about computing.
Rebecca Wragg Sykes’ interest in Neanderthals goes back to childhood. Now she pieces their lives together by studying the tools they used.
The relationship between science and philosophy is in trouble. If one man can deliver a rapprochement, it is Daniel Dennett.
An interview with Australian science film-maker Sonya Pemberton.
Peter Piot co-discovered the Ebola virus.
Jill Tartar has dedicated her career to the search for extraterrestrial civilisations.
His mastery of reproductive science often throws Alan Trounson into the public eye.