Good science writing makes you feel. It makes you delight in the
discovery of a black hole munching on a star, laugh at the image of
aliens puzzling over golf balls on the Moon, wonder at the mystery
of the Spanish influenza's deadly rampage, grieve for baby
shearwater chicks dying with plastic-filled stomachs, rage at the
loss of the Great Barrier Reef and cheer for the clitoris'
long-overdue scientific debut. This ninth edition of The Best
Australian Science Writing showcases the most powerful, colourful,
insightful and brilliant news, feature, essay and poetry writing
from Australian writers and scientists. It roams the length and
breadth of science, revealing how a ceramic artist is helping to
save the handfish, what is so dangerous about the hype around
artificial intelligence and whether too much exercise is bad for
the heart. It makes us think, feel and hopefully act.
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