Monthly Archives: March 2012

Queensland and Evidence

After the Queensland election we have had predictable squawks that this inevitably foreshadows the annihilation of Labor federally. In the spirit of a blog about science I thought I’d try a little evidence, something many of these commentators seem averse … Continue reading

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Marching On

So you’re a woman out for a night on the town, but the men just won’t leave you alone. How can you get a meal without being hit on? Easy; just put yourself close to someone better looking, and rely … Continue reading

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This Is Serious Mum(s)

I wrote an article today that won’t actually be coming out for months, but it follows one of the themes I have written about quite a lot, so I thought I would jump in now. Scientists at the Telethon Institute … Continue reading

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