Posts by Alana Nixon
Capturing the world around us
You may know us for science but some of our people are also super snappers. Take a look at some of the shots we've captured from across Australia.
From awareness to action: practical ways to contribute to reconciliation
It’s National Reconciliation Week and we caught up with some of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander team members to ask their views on this year’s theme ‘More than a word. Reconciliation takes action’.
Next generation STEM: mentoring our students
Mentoring the next generation of STEM professionals in Australia is an important task to ensure we're prepared for the future.
Flexible solar panels: new stretch of the imagination
A pandemic couldn't stop our research into flexible solar panels, but it did create new challenges and innovation.
STEM professionals in schools causing a buzz
Partnering STEM professionals with teachers to enhance STEM education in schools is set to drive innovation and meet Australia's future job needs.
Technically speaking: celebrating women in STEM
We support and celebrate women in STEM. Introducing four more of our fabulous female researchers.
Meet our researcher: Dr Heather McGinness
Dr Heather McGinness is a waterbird super sleuth. She has been tracking the movements of Australia’s waterbirds to inform environmental water management in the Murray-Darling Basin.
Women in STEM: Spotlight on Data 61
Women in STEM have played a key role in the scientific achievements of Australia but their representation in the field is still low.
Cool havens in a hot city: improving Darwin’s parks
Darwin’s parks and gardens provide a cool haven in the tropical capital city. As the climate heats up, we want to hear from you on how Darwin can create better green spaces.
COVID-19 explainer: What does a positive wastewater test result mean?
We're getting flush at tracking the COVID-19 signal in our sewers. But what does a positive wastewater test result mean?