Nature’s rare colour, blue, owes its existence to bee vision
At a dinner party, or in the schoolyard, the question of favourite colour frequently results in an answer of “blue”. Why is it that humans are so fond of blue? And why does it seem to be so rare in the world of plants and animals?
Urchin corals and underwater films: research-inspired artwork
3D-printed coral structures – made from sea-urchin shells blended with biopolymers – are on display at the NGV Triennial 2020.
Creative Masters student overcomes incredible adversity to graduate
Not even recovering from a broken back and intermittently living out of a van could stop Libby Clarke completing her masters this year.
Family front and centre for graduating trio
Graduating from RMIT is a family affair for three generations of Indigenous women who mark the milestone this year.