Check out the winners from this year’s Royal Photographic Society’s International Images for Science exhibition.
Orange-eyed tree frog with a piercing headache wins the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year.
Chosen from more than 1,000 entrants, this shot of swarming courting insects took out top prize in the Royal Society Publishing photography competition.
Our selection of science shots from the past seven days, sifted out by Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly for your ocular pleasure.
This week, Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly zooms in on battery chemical reactions and flies away to the Polaris flare – and drops in on the elephants to see how they’re going.
Right on cue – here are our favourite science images of the week, chosen by Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly.
Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly presents the winners of the annual competition, now in its fourth year.
Hitting the dance floor this weekend? Spare a thought for the record-breaking bopping robot horde last weekend. Check out their moves and more in Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly’s favourite images of the week.
Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly selects some of her favourite finalists for this year’s awards.
If time feels like it’s dragging its feet on a Friday afternoon, spare a thought for the sloth – its entire life is in slow motion. Learn more about these tree-dwellers, and a whole lot more, in Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly’s images of the week.
Our regular Friday feature in which Cosmos art director Robyn Adderly showcases the best images of the week.