Posts by Georgia Kelleher
Could we learn to love slugs and snails in our gardens?
The UK wants gardeners to stop thinking of slugs and snails as pests and to embrace garden biodiversity. Is it worth considering in Australia?
We’ve used a new technique to discover the brightest radio pulsar outside our own galaxy
The pulsar PSR J0523-7125 is more than ten times brighter than any other radio pulsar outside the Milky Way.
How to trick your brain into eating healthy
Our researchers have been investigating healthier swaps to fulfil those discretionary food desires. And it’s good news for your health.
‘Odd radio circles’ that baffled astronomers are likely explosions from distant galaxies
Next-generation radio telescopes unravel the mysteries of ghostly circles in the sky.
It may not be cute, but here’s why the humble yabby deserves your love
New research investigating yabby diets found just how crucial these crayfish are to aquatic ecosystems.
Leaf miners are backyard treasures
We need your help to find leaf miners in bushland and gardens across Australia.
Meet groundwater-exploring vacation student Katelyn Dooley
Get the inside experience of vacation student Katelyn Dooley, who studied groundwater during her three-month placement here at CSIRO.
How Australia can boost the production of grains, while lowering its carbon footprint
Australia is one of the world’s top exporters of grain. Producing it at lower emissions is crucial for global climate action.
Healthy eating on a budget
Want a science-supported food shop? Our health and wellbeing researchers share their tips for eating healthy while on a budget.
Meet our engineer: Chloe Faulks
A love for problem solving and creativity sparked a career in engineering for Chloe Faulks.
Quantum leaps: Meet our researcher Dr Jenny Hayward
Dr Jenny Hayward is a scientist of many talents. She’s worked in computational chemistry, economic modelling and defence technologies. We asked her about these quantum leaps!