Luna Media Press Release | 10 May 2005
Australia’s new popular science magazine, COSMOS, today announced the appointment of its Editorial Advisory Board, made up of leading figures in the sciences and the arts - including astronaut Buzz Aldrin, celebrated palaeontologist Mike Archer, sci-fi novelist Damien Broderick, and renowned science journalist Robyn Williams.
COSMOS covers the ‘science of everything’ - from human biology and medicine, the environment, archaeology, space and astronomy, to information technology, society and social research.
The first issue of COSMOS goes on sale June 22 for $8.95, and an outstanding pre-launch subscription deal - offering a 20% discount, a free BBC DVD plus a free 3-month gift subscription - has just opened to the public.
“It’s important for COSMOS to stay abreast of new ideas and the latest thinking in science and technology. This is an advisory board of outstanding leaders who will help us do that,” said the editor of COSMOS, Wilson da Silva.
The COSMOS Editorial Advisory Board
Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 astronaut and the second person to walk on the Moon
Prof Mike Archer, Dean of Science at the University of New South Wales, former Director of the Australian Museum
Prof Judith Whitworth, Director of the John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University
Damien Broderick, Novelist, futurist and a senior research fellow at the University of Melbourne
Dr Bryan Gaensler, Assistant Professor in Astronomy, Harvard University and 1999 Young Australian of the Year
Robyn Williams, science journalist and host of The Science Show, ABC Radio National