American exchange student Luke Pasick had the most amazing adventures on the Galápagos Islands while studying land birds as part of a College of New Jersey research trip. Luke won ‘best undergraduate research paper’ in the Wavelength Communicate Science Competition and he promised Wavelength that he would write a blog about his experiences on the Galápagos […]Read more "Luke Pasick: Following in the Footsteps of Darwin"
UNSW Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences (BEES) research student, Lisa Steindler was highly commended in the recent Wavelength Communicate Science Competition for her photo of a native Australian Numbat. We were curious to find out more about the shy Numbat and Lisa took time out from her fieldwork in South Australia to answer some questions […]Read more "Lisa Steindler – bringing back Australia’s wildlife"
Stanley has six photo entries in the Communicate Science Competition. Wavelength was curious to find out what inspired him: Stanley, What inspired your photos? I wanted to show how cool science is. What degree are you studying? I am currently in my final semester of an Electrical Engineering and Mathematics undergraduate double degree. You are […]Read more "Stanley He – Science is Cool"
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!"
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"
Our Wavelength Student Blog Editorial Team have come up with a competition that will have you all winning! Amazing prize bags plus 100’s of instant prizes to be won! CREATE – PRODUCE – INFORM – ENTER – BE PUBLISHED – AND WIN!!! Plus join the Wavelength team and get AHEGS co – curricular approval recognised […]Read more "Communicate Science Competition"