Welcome to the new PopSci website!

Welcome to the new popsci.com.au – bigger and better than ever! Apologies for any issues you may have encountered during the last few days while we have been testing the site. Hopefully we have now resolved all the glitches and you will enjoy our new look and many great new features. Make sure you sign up to the newsletter and get your daily fix with RSS feeds. We look forward to hearing what you think.


5 Responses to “Welcome to the new PopSci website!”
  1. Joshua Eagles says:

    Hi, Looks better, however I cant seem to go through past articles. That would be a shame if they could no longer be accessed.

  2. Gavin says:

    Hey where’s the atomic clock project page that’s mentioned in the May issue? www.popsci.com.au/clock goes precisely nowhere.


  3. Ed says:

    Sorry for the confusion. Here’s the link: http://www.popsci.com.au/2010/05/perfect-timing
    The redirect is now working too.

  4. Gavin says:

    Thanks - next question - does the WWVB receiver actually pickup a signal in Australia? Given the transmitter is in Colorado, USA that’s quite a hike for the low power signal? Some googling seems to indicate that WWVB receivers do not work in Australia…

  5. Ed says:

    Unfortunately it is unlikely the WWVB receiver would reach Australia.

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