Australasian Science is a quarterly magazine which explores science and technology in everyday life. The editor and manager of the press will share their experiences with production of the magazine which has been published by the University of Southern Queensland. Brenda Tait will describe the evolution of the magazine from its inception in 1980 in regional Queensland including the production transition from traditional methods to electronic publishing. Jennifer Wright will outline experiences and advantages of working with researchers, students and young writers to bring science to the general public. Tips for authors, common editing problems and feedback from readers' surveys will provide practical and useful information, will provide useful information.

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"In the Public Eye" - Science in everyday life
Producing the quarterly magazine Australiasian science

Jennifer Wright  

Brenda Tait  

Australasian Science is a quarterly magazine which explores science and technology in everyday life. The editor and manager of the press will share their experiences with production of the magazine which has been published by the University of Southern Queensland. Brenda Tait will describe the evolution of the magazine from its inception in 1980 in regional Queensland including the production transition from traditional methods to electronic publishing. Jennifer Wright will outline experiences and advantages of working with researchers, students and young writers to bring science to the general public. Tips for authors, common editing problems and feedback from readers' surveys will provide practical and useful information, will provide useful information.

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