Bacteria, viruses and cancer cells can act like savvy human investors by diversifying their population against futures shocks just as people hedge their investments with a diversified portfolio against uncertainty.
See for yourself, look at the night sky from about 7.30pm this Monday, 21 December 2020 for the bright conjunction of the gaseous planets Saturn and Jupiter, the two largest planets in our solar system.
Scientists frequently look at how molecules behave in nature to help them design chemical processes, and that’s what QUT and Ghent University researchers did to create a green light-stabilised 3D polymer structure that unfolds itself when left in darkness.
- Ice Age Geology of the Great Barrier Reef: Field Research and Student Experience
17th December 2020
- We Don’t Know How to Save the Great Barrier Reef — Do We Need to Change the Narrative?
3rd December 2020
- Listening Out for the Australian Powerful Owl
2nd December 2020