Posts by Henry Stentiford
Scientists go back to the abyss – tropical edition!
Our research vessel (RV) Investigator departs Darwin today for a 45-day voyage of biodiversity discovery in the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean.
How do we enable SMEs to collaborate?
The voice of over 800 small to medium enterprises (SMEs) were heard in one of Australia's largest ever surveys about collaboration.
Researching blue carbon ecosystems in the Indian Ocean
We shine a spotlight on three early-career scientists whose blue carbon research is tackling environmental problems in their home countries around the Indian Ocean.
Sea-lebrities and keeping an eye on water quality
We have transformed images from the EyeonWater Australia app used to help monitor water quality into images of your favourite sea-lebrities!
Four reasons insects could be a staple in Aussie diets, from zesty tree ants to peanut-buttery bogong moths
Why don't many Australians eat insects? Our new industry roadmap for edible insects explains why we should bring bugs into mainstream diets.
Meet our researcher: Justin Leonard
Justin Leonard’s job is to burn down houses so we can learn how best to protect them from bushfires.
Teaching the beauty, power and usefulness of maths
Associate Professor Steve Sugden uses innovative ways to teach students maths as part of our STEM Professionals in Schools program.
Growing the next generation of environmental scientists
A classroom collaboration is teaching Australian school children about sustainability and growing our future environmental scientists.
February stars: our monthly science quiz
Feeling fab? We've had another month of exciting and innovative science stories. Test your memory with our February quiz!
Licence to chill: developing medicinal cannabis products
Our new licence to manufacture medicinal cannabis products will help drive the development of novel cannabis-based therapeutics in Australia.
Take a virtual tour of our insect collection
We're taking you on a virtual tour of our Australian National Insect Collection from your home. Come inside.