12/03/2018Read more An art-science video project exploring how time and elemental forces work together to shape the earth has attracted the interest of NASA, thanks to the creative use of image data from the space agency’s Landsat 8 satellite by Southern Cross University digital media artist Associate Professor Grayson Cooke.
03/03/2018Read more I was 15 when Sydney's first Gay Mardi Gras parade (as it was called then) ended in a violent confrontation on 24 June, 1978. My local newspaper, the Newcastle Morning Herald, reported on the bitter skirmish on the Monday after, under the headline 'Mass arrest ends march by ‘gays’'. No doubt my sexuality-fuelled teenage anxieties would only have been aggravated by reading these accounts of hostility and violence that marked the clash between police and the brave people we know today at the 78ers.
23/02/2018Play video Read more Each morning at dawn patrol surfers assess ocean and weather conditions before paddling out. Now the entire surf session experience is set to become more valuable, thanks to a new fin fitted with oceanographic sensors that will share data with scientists interested in the health of coastal zones.