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Double Helix: Supporting young readers to grow into scientists News

by Jasmine, 10 August 2021 | 0 comments

Woman surrounded by magazines

I’m Jasmine Fellows, Editor of CSIRO’s Double Helix magazine. As a girl, I’d often be found with my nose stuck in a book, comic, or magazine. I even read the earliest versions of our magazine, Double Helix News and The Helix.

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How do you diagnose a dinosaur? News

by David, 14 August 2020 | 0 comments

Illustration of dinosaur Centrosaurus

Paleontologists learn a lot from looking at bones. Assembling a skeleton can show how a creature moved, where they lived, and even how fast they were.

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New dinosaur! But how did it get here? News

by David, 12 December 2016 | 0 comments

Wwo large sauropod dinosaurs on the shore of a lake.

Scientists have discovered a new Australian dinosaur, and it’s a big one! Several giant bones, some over one metre long, were uncovered near the town of Winton in central Queensland. But what’s got scientists all worked up isn’t what it looks like: it’s where it came from.

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A cracking look at the world of fossilized dinosaur eggs News

by David, 19 April 2016 | 1 comments

A big red rock with lots of smaller gray lumps in it.

Written by Julia Cleghorn Almost two years ago, we reported on the discovery of a special fossilized dinosaur specimen – the first pterosaur egg preserved in 3D! Pretty impressive, huh? Since then, there have been some other interesting finds.

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Scientists revive Brontosaurus News

by Jasmine, 10 April 2015 | 0 comments

Written by Hugo Taylor Have you ever heard of the Brontosaurus? This giant dinosaur pops up in books, movies, television shows, in fact, almost everywhere! Even when it was thrown out by scientists, we didn’t want to let it go from our collective imagination. The good news is that this much-loved dinosaur is back.

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