We’ve used our Parkes telescope to help trace the origin of the Big Bird neutrino to a galaxy 9.1 billion light years away.
Meet our latest supercomputer Ruby, an SGI UV3000 named after Australia’s pioneering radio astronomer Ruby Payne-Scott.
An update from week #7 (17-23 Feb) aboard RV Investigator from the voyage’s Chief Scientist Prof Mike Coffin – evacuation, lightening, great science and art
Kendall Sherrin shares what life aboard RV Investigator is like for a young scientist
Update #6 – An unexpected turn of events, bubbles from the sea floor, a live interview from the ship, and homeward bound.
In this blog Andrew Bowie shares his latest research and what it’s like working in the windiest and wildest ocean in the world.
Update from weeks 4 and 5 from RV Investigator’s voyage to Heard and McDonald Islands – The amazing sight of Big Ben erupting
The second in a weekly series of updates from the voyage’s Chief Scientist Mike Coffin: Welcome to the Furious Fifties, Daily Seminars, Meet our Sensors.
By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection September is Biodiversity Month, and there is no more diverse class of animals than insects. Of the 1.18 million species of animals that have been given scientific names – or ‘described’, in the parlance of taxonomists – fully one million (85%) are insects. Yet this is only a