To mark the opening of our ASSETS program for this year, we’re sharing our five favourite projects that rely on Indigenous scientific knowledge.
As the Great Barrier Reef comes under increasing pressure from the degradation of water quality and climate change, what can we do to protect the world’s largest coral reef system for future generations?
Are we ingesting 11,000 pieces of plastic every year? In the lead up to the Senate committee hearing on the threat of marine plastic pollution in Australia, Dr Denise Hardesty fact checks this alarming statistic.
A chat-bot app that does more than help with online purchases; Harlie helps people understand the impact of neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease and dementia.
High-tech solutions might not be the best strategy for adapting to climate change, particularly when there is an easier, cheaper, simpler and better way: look after our planet’s ecosystems, and it will look after us.
We’ve developed a model that can predict bushfires over a week-long period with an accuracy of 91%.
Meet our three new PhD students who will be researching the beautiful and diverse Ningaloo Reef as part of our research project with BHP Billiton.
Improvements to digital aerial photography techniques allow us to monitor changes as small as 10-20 cm, in both land use and vegetation.
Do you miss going on field trips? Our researchers have just finished a 10-day field trip to Bardi Jawi country to better understand food sources for local marine creatures like the rabbitfish and green sea turtles.