Once the larvae turn into adult moths, they never eat again.
Science isn't seasonal, but to get you through summer we’ve created a list of wonderful reads to inspire, excite and enjoy.
CSIRO Publishing has a book for every type of reader. Christmas is just around the corner but there’s still time to get affordable, thoughtful and easy-to-wrap gifts.
An analysis by CSIRO’s strategic and economic advisory arm suggests spending on research and development can earn annual yields of 10%, even if there are delays or cost overruns.
Australian research teams and their Vietnamese counterparts are collaborating on digitally transformative projects to deliver lasting social, economic and environmental impacts in Vietnam.
As NAIDOC Week wraps up, we’re unwrapping our amazing Spotify playlist, NAIDOC Week: Heal Country!
Determining the age of fish has been historically difficult, primarily involving lethal methods. A new DNA test solves this problem.
The voice of over 800 small to medium enterprises (SMEs) were heard in one of Australia's largest ever surveys about collaboration.
Just 5% of Australian businesses have collaborated with university researchers; and the smaller a company the less likely collaboration is.
Associate Professor Steve Sugden uses innovative ways to teach students maths as part of our STEM Professionals in Schools program.
With the STEM Professionals in Schools program, Robbie Bell finds unique ways to show students how engineering is part of their daily lives.
Need a quick distraction? Our new year quiz tests your knowledge on our top science stories from this summer.