Let’s get fizzy with kombucha
As we reach peak kombucha, curious minds are asking exactly what it is, where it came from and is it …
How science is supersizing your veggies
It turns out that plants and animals sense nutrients in the same way.
Deep diving into the science of beer
How high-tech equipment usually reserved for medical research could help brew the perfect pint.
The amazing influence of gut microbes in our immune system
Could autoimmune and allergic conditions like Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis or type 1 diabetes one day be treated with microbes …
Red meat in the spotlight: is it really bad for us?
There’s been a lot of stories about certain foods being bad for us, only for another piece of research to …
Cutting the cups: how to dispose of an everyday problem
More than 160 students are working together on plans for the end of single-use coffee cups at a Perth university.
World-first WA study examines Perth poo for microplastics
These researchers plan to use Perth poo to find out exactly how much plastic we eat and what we can …
Solar in WA: Here comes the Sun
It’s no surprise Western Australia has a lot of sunshine. But what are we doing with it?