December 2017 | Engaging people in science issues

Innovation is never far away in science communication initiatives. Governments, universities and private practice are always looking to connect with people in a way that they’ve not experienced before. We love to see fascinating activities that engage people in...

September 2017 | Advancing science communication

Despite an extensive and exciting history, science communication as a career is still something quite a few of us have to explain. As our current practice evolves with technology, professional associations, and peer-reviewed evidence, science communication is...

Going with the FLOW

By Robbie Mitchell Last month, Sarah, Jenni, Toss and I travelled to Rockhampton to teach Rail CRC students how to present science. While we were in town, we decided to drop in at the Fitzroy Basin Association’s Visitor Centre exhibit, FLOW. Sarah and I had worked...

Queensland Museum’s Playasaurus Place

Queensland Museum South Bank, 2009 and 2011 Playasaurus Place explores energy, climate change and ancient plants and animals, including the much-loved dinosaurs. We worked with scientists, curators and designers to create interactive exhibits and write informative,...

FLOW Discovery Centre

Fitzroy Basin Association, 2011–12 The Fitzroy Basin is Australia’s second-biggest river basin. FLOW, which opened in 2012 in Rockhampton’s heritage-listed old post office, shows how the basin works, and celebrates how people are managing its natural resources...