We Need to Talk About Kevin is a well-known novel by Lionel Shriver. Based on Shriver’s description of the psychopathic Kevin, the title character of the story, what would the boy look like? According to The Composites website, which creates identikit pictures based on the descriptions of characters from famous literary characters, the fiendish Kevin looks something like this:
An animation illustrating how gold behaves at the nanoscale. The animation has been designed for secondary school curriculums, to illustrate how the bulk properties of gold change at the nanoscale. See other nanotechnology secondary school resource videos at AccessNano.
The STEP framework for best practice community engagement to inform decision-making about science and technology has been developed by the Australian Government’s National Enabling Technologies Strategy. It may also provide a guide for community engagement efforts within other relevant organisations.
Famous science fiction author Arthur C Clarke describes the world’s first iPad (or newspad, as he called it) way back in 1968: