It is times like these that I wonder how I get myself into these things. Starting in a few days is a conference that I am heavily involved in organising – it is a major international conference on ionic liquids (for more information on the conference see: http://apcil-asil.unsw.edu.au/), which is one of my principal research […]Read more "Conferences, ionic liquids and understanding how things work"
IN TUNE WITH SCIENCE Matthew Hyatt is a Communicate Science Competition instant prize winner! Wavelength was curious to find out what had inspired Matthew’s photo and slogan entries… What degree are you studying and why did you choose this degree? I chose to study a Bachelor of Environmental […]Read more "Matthew Hyatt is: IN TUNE WITH SCIENCE"
Luke, tell us where your home university is? I study at The College of New Jersey which is thirty minutes from Philadelphia and one hour from Manhattan. What are your favourite science subjects? My favourite courses so far are Genetics and Organic Chemistry. Both courses require the need to visualise unique models and concepts in […]Read more "Q and A with Luke Pasick: exchange student and Communicate Science Competition instant winner!"
It may seem that global epidemics, Alzheimer’s disease and leopard coat patterns have little in common. However, each phenomenon can be mathematically thought of as a diffusive process. Epidemics such as SARS have transport of millions across the airline transport as the mechanism that allows for an outbreak in Hong Kong to quickly cause an […]Read more "Mathematics, Diffusion and Patterns in Nature"
The illustrations below are from the ‘instant draw and win’ activity held at the recent pop-up Wavelength stall. The team has deemed them good enough to be published on the blog and entered into the Communicate Science Competition. There is still time to enter to win a mega prize bag valued at over $200.00. Find […]Read more "Illustration: Some entries from the Communicate Science Competition"