There are two weeks left to submit entries for the 2015 Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing. Visit for more details and the Bragg Prize entry form.

Shortlisted entries will be published in The Best Australian Science Writing 2015 anthology. Science writing from all corners and dimensions of science will be considered; from the big picture to the intimately personal; from scientists and non-scientists; from poetry to essays, and everything in between. 

Editor of the 2015 anthology, Bianca Nogrady, is also looking for news stories, features, blogs, opinion pieces, poems, short stories, book chapters and excerpts, published since 1 January 2014. Soon-to-be published works will also be considered, for the book. Maximum length is 7000 words, but brevity is also appreciated.

Entries published between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015 are eligible for Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing, which offers a first prize of $7000 and two runner-up prizes of $1500 each.

Please send your submissions or any queries to Bianca Nogrady at by 31 March 2015, or visit for more details and the Bragg Prize entry form.