World-first medical imaging technology is being used by scientists to “see” individual cells at work in live people and animals, with space-age robotics playing a crucial role. Mojo’s science editor DAVID McALPINE took a closer look.
A cap with a built-in stopwatch for pharmaceutical bottles may be the key in curbing Australia’s increased rates of prescription drug abuse. LAURA McFADZEAN reports on the next step in the battle against the widespread misuse of medication.
VCE student Bethany Robertson was taking 30 prescription tablets a day to treat her chronic fatigue, anxiety and depression. NELL O’SHEA CARRE discovers what finally worked.
Take one look at Alice Gibson and her partner Peter and you wouldn’t notice anything out of the ordinary. But in the past few years their lives have taken quite an unexpected turn. They talked to RILEY GLACKEN
Two new species of the mesmerising peacock spider are among a clutch of new species discovered recently. AMELIA LIM reports.
Some doctors make it too easy for university students to get access to Ritalin, which is popular as a study drug. ELIZA GALBRAITH reports.
A team of Melbourne creatives have come up with an app that gives an interactive, musical voice to Melbourne’s 80,000 trees. SELBY STEWART reports.
Nick Athanasiou’s work is poised at precisely the place where science meets art, and the result is a delight. DAVID McALPINE reports
The lack of sleep is one of a number of factors that can exacerbate mental health issues for students. DAMIEN NGUYEN talks to students about their sleep habits, and gets some advice.
Solar panels and wind turbines capable of producing 60kW of power is enough to put a smile on dairy farmer Simon Garvey’s face. DAVID McALPINE reports.