IN TODAY’S day and age almost everyone would have one if not multiple passwords to access their computer, social media, emails and banking information. So how do people create a password that is both easy to remember and most importantly, keeps their private information secure? Curtin University computer expert Mihai Lazarescu explains…
THIS week UWA’s Dr Ana Sequeira shares her insights into a new way to transfer models developed for the Great Barrier Reef to WA’s Ningaloo Reef in order to expedite research efforts and make funding stretch even further.
RESEARCH into micrometeorites, meteorites smaller than 2 millimeters, found in Western Australia have shed new light on the make-up of the ancient Earth’s atmosphere.
AN asteroid four times the size of Rottnest Island ploughing into Earth at incredible speed and gouging a crater the size of Victoria—it’s the stuff of nightmares, and it actually happened 3.46 billion years ago according to findings from the Pilbara.
Captain Eugene Cernan, the last man on the moon and legendary Gemini 9A, Apollo 10 and Apollo 17 astronaut, is appearing live on stage at the Perth Concert Hall on Friday 27 May at the Australian premiere of ‘The Last Man on the Moon’ film, and in Carnarvon on Saturday 28 May, to officially open the third stage of the Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum, where Scitech’s ‘Space’ exhibition is currently on display.
USING combination drugs or 'polypills', may hold the key to reducing heart disease in Western Australia.
CHILDHOOD is an important time for good TV viewing habits, as the amount watched could be crucial to reducing negative health effects during adulthood, according to a new study.
The South West Science Council (SWSC) has been off to a great start in its first year of operation. From National Science Week last year, the SWSC has participated and added value to 6 events in 2015 and has organised five events so far in 2016.
Did you know, sea turtles have evolved special ‘homing’ abilities, which will see them return to precisely the same beach where they hatched after 30 to 50 years?
For WA Day we are looking at some of the amazing discoveries and inventions to come out of Western Australia. From the cool and innovative to the fundamentally game-changing, WA has a lot to offer!
A FIVE metre tall homemade rocket is planned to launch on the weekend of 4th/5th June, by Perth’s Samantha Ridgway at the West Australian Rocketry Society’s “Williams Wildfire Westernationals”.