CRISPR: not cut and dried
The genetic modification of twin baby girls before their birth has highlighted the ethical concerns raised by the use of gene-editing tool CRISPR in humans.
'You don’t look like a scientist'
Times have changed, but the gendered stereotype that scientists are predominantly serious, professional, white men is one that persists.
Drugs and bugs: what's lurking in our waterways
New research shows that medicines have found their way into Melbourne streams – and the creatures that live in them.
Desert fish a real survivor
As tough as gobies may be, the delicate environment in which they live is under threat from human activities.
A self-defeating success story
A global program in which mosquitoes are implanted with a common bacteria is preventing the spread of viruses such as dengue, Zika and chikungunya – and could help tens of millions of people.
PhD Candidate, School of Biological Science
Associate Professor and Deputy Head of the School of Biological Sciences
Professor, Monash Bioethics Centre
Post-doctoral research fellow, Water Studies Centre
Professor and Director, World Mosquito Program