Rank #1: Is birdsong music?
Rank #2: How did just five species of dinosaurs survive Armageddon 65 million years ago to give us 10,000 species of birds today?
Dinosaurs reveal further details of history of life on Earth
Field sound recordings show ecosystems changing fast
Thomas Harriot - forgotten Elizabethan scientist comes to life
The little extras needed to engage US humanities undergrads in biology basics
Rank #3: Hard questions and hydrogen
The Rescue Project presents stories of land repair
Reducing emissions won’t be enough to limit rising temperatures
Coordination required to build a hydrogen-based economy
Science should emulate sport in supporting women
Social influences can help problem gamblers
Tom Gleeson BSc back with another season of tough questions
Rank #4: Holidays in space?
Rank #5: Electric brains and ‘magic’ furniture
Buzzing ball trains the brain with degraded proprioception
Magnetic brain stimulation trials for Multiple sclerosis
Adelaide hosts first Asian Physics Olympiad held in Australia
New wheat varieties for the changing climate
Amphibians threatened worldwide
Ecosystem services vital, though not always obvious
Rank #6: Is IQ fixed?
The human race - a race of one
Henry Sutton an inspiration for students at Federation University
Project FeederWatch feeds birds, unites people, provides valuable data
Fairywren Project collates bird sightings to monitor changes in populations and range
Rank #7: William Whewell - coined osmosis, conductivity, ion and scientist!
Rank #8: What is life?
New chemistry emulates nature
Climate politics – it’s short-term gain for some versus long-term well-being for all
The secret of life - explanation through new physics
Rank #9: The psychology of going to Mars
Building teams for missions to Mars
Rank #10: An ancient whale mystery hidden in the cliffs around Bells Beach
Rank #11: Frogs! Frogs! Frogs!
Phone recordings provide status update for frogs
Spread of chytrid fungus linked to human transport
Hashtag era gives activism a face
Coalition promises for science
Judge finds scientist’s dismissal unlawful
Major changes in human history linked to geological forces
Rank #12: Fancy a brain diet?
Mass migration of human populations predicted
ALP promises funding boost for science
How gut bacteria affect our brain
Who controls autonomous systems?
The amazing, bedazzling bird-of-paradise
Rank #13: Science Extra: You're not eating enough fruit and veg
Rank #14: Stopping the plunge in achievement in STEM at school and university
New approach to teaching hopes to improve retention in STEM
Carl Sagan inspires search for life beyond Earth
Elements of interest to Australia
Racial prejudice from teachers lessens student results
Rank #15: Here comes the Sun
Science Museum shines light on the Sun
Bats - just squeaks or language?
Help for gliders crossing busy roadways
Behind the scenes of award-winning science journalism
Rank #16: Was Einstein right?
Rank #17: Frankenstein - It’s alive!!!
Rank #18: The making and breaking of memory
Early prep for human missions to Mars
Lights affect migratory birds
NestWatch tracks breeding success of birds across the US
Where memories are held
New focussed approach to brain therapy
Miniaturisation and wifi bring hope for patients with epilepsy and vision impairment