Posts by Georgia Kelleher
How much will our oceans warm and cause sea levels to rise this century? We’ve just improved our estimate
A new analysis, using 15 years of autonomous underwater measurements and simulations from the latest global climate models, refined our estimate of future ocean warming and sea level rise.
Aus4Innovation: Aussie and Vietnamese researchers partner to deliver digital impact
Australian research teams and their Vietnamese counterparts are collaborating on digitally transformative projects to deliver lasting social, economic and environmental impacts in Vietnam.
Meet our researcher: Dr Janet Reid
Meet the molecular and cell biologist leading our revolutionary new lab.
AirRater app helps outdoor workers beat the Darwin heat
In a city famed for its heat and humidity, we’re helping Darwin’s outdoor workers make informed decisions about working when it’s hot.
Is your lunch healthy and sustainable? Take our Tuckerbox challenge
Our Tuckerbox lets you design a healthy and sustainable lunch, based on science.
What’s for dinner on Mars? The science behind space food
Our researchers are working to develop new foods and food production systems for extended space travel.
Australia’s abalone disease outbreak
A disease not seen in Australia’s wild abalone population for 11 years has resurfaced, and it’s a massive challenge for our abalone industry.
How digital humans are helping Australian athletes
With a digital human, we can evaluate the functions, movement and health of a person without putting them through ongoing tests.
Identifying existing therapies for COVID-19 treatment
Our scientists are developing a novel screening platform to identify treatments for COVID-19.
Breakthrough allows scientists to determine the age of endangered native fish using DNA
Determining the age of fish has been historically difficult, primarily involving lethal methods. A new DNA test solves this problem.
Peatlands worldwide are drying out, threatening to release 860 million tonnes of carbon dioxide every year
Peatlands worldwide are running short of water, and the amount of greenhouse gases this could set loose would be devastating for our efforts to curb climate change.