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The latest IPCC report was released last week, with very similar findings to the IPBES report released earlier this year. Both reports ..read more
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What is a species? This apparently simple question is one of the best ways to get scientists arguing. A recent article by Henry Taylor, a ..read more
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The windscreen phenomenon refers to people’s perception that there are fewer insects being splattered on their windscreen than they used ..read more
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Have you ever seen a fairy? They exist, and may very well be in your garden. But you would need a high-powered microscope to spot the ..read more
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Recently, protecting the environment has been portrayed as a hindrance to economic growth, a fluffy sideshow, or a bureaucratic obstacle to ..read more
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Dodgy science, dodgy scientists and dodgy humans are not a new thing. And dodgy scientific papers have been published since the dawn of ..read more
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The recent Notre Dame fire grabbed global headlines. The morning I woke to see it on the news, I felt sad. I’m not a Christian and I’ve ..read more
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After my blog post earlier this year on the questionable insectageddon review paper, American Scientist invited me to write a perspective ..read more
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On Wednesday afternoon, I noticed the steadily increasing coverage of the story about sweat bees living in a Taiwanese woman’s eye. It ..read more
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On Sunday, as I walked a load of washing to the Hills Hoist, an odd pattern caught my eye. It’s autumn here in Armidale (which is very ..read more

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