Not too long ago, I had the pleasure of sitting down with madison moore, up and coming cultural critic and author of Fabulous: the Rise of the Beautiful Eccentric. He talked about his own journey as a writer, and lets us in on the struggles for those living while marginalised.
Melbourne research teams are one step close to finding a more sustainable cure for HIV, a virus that unfortunately effects over 36.5 million people around the world. But now, thanks to grants from the Melbourne HIV Cure Consortium (MHCC), $646000 has been put into efforts to quicken research.
The Digital Writers’ Festival of 2018 is underway and people are getting in the swing of things! Colosoul chatted with Artistic Director Izzy Roberts-Orr and digital artist Hien Pham to showcase what an amazing event this truly is!
Development of a feature film about Strickland is under way – but it will be more than just a sporting ‘biopic.’ That’s because extensive research undertaken by Strickland’s son Matthew de la Hunty has revealed a web of intrigue which goes way beyond her athletic career.
A world-first Deakin study has revealed how early trauma in birds affects their ability to memorise songs that are crucial for their survival – and how this could have implications for human development.
Trent ‘Maxi’ Maxwell is best known from the hit reality television show Bondi Rescue, but now Lifeguard Maxi is adding children’s writing to his repertoire. Maxi is tackling water safety head-on with his fun new junior fiction series Maxi the Lifeguard, which he has co-written alongside popular kids author David Lawrence.
Perth School Holidays are back and Coloso-Craft’s creative classes have been cleverly constructed around a Happy Halloween. The Basement Gallery crew have conjured supernatural sculptures, monstrous masks, petrifying puppets and so much more!
Funding for new scholarships supporting Indigenous medical students studying at University of New South Wales Sydney (UNSW) were announced by the NSW Health Minister last Tuesday.
There will be a multitude of free events for families with young children, as well as a fantastic array of live entertainers, really making the day a fun family day out. With comedy from Famous Sharron, a Chemistry Extravaganza, soft tissue massages, food trucks, petting zoos and cuddles with the resident therapy dogs, there really is something for everyone.
The Generator itself is the University’s major entrepreneurial hub which offers up to $10000 seed funding, three-months mentor-ship and a spot in their co-working space. The accelerator has mentored over 100 startups and has helped over 20 companies reach success in the two years since it’s creation in 2016.