Our research is helping to maintain the integrity of our environments, from oceans to land to climate, and ensure our natural resources are used sustainably.
We're on the cusp of a bio-revolution to manufacture more sustainable and beneficial products. Dr Claudia Vickers is helping us unlock this potential.
In recent years, many of us have banned the bag and canned the cup. But this Plastic Free July our people are encouraging everyone to move closer to a plastic-free lifestyle.
We chat to Andrea Wild, author of a new book packed with fabulous facts about plants, animals and microbes that's sure to inspire young minds.
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.
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.
For temperature-sensitive animals, the dense, leafy canopy of willow trees may make them the lesser of two evils in a warming climate.
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’.
Australia is the world’s driest inhabited continent. It’s also one of the sunniest places on the planet. That means someone like hydrologist Dr David McJannet gets to do some incredibly interesting work.
We're celebrating the bee on World Bee Day.
Why don't many Australians eat insects? Our new industry roadmap for edible insects explains why we should bring bugs into mainstream diets.
Justin Leonard’s job is to burn down houses so we can learn how best to protect them from bushfires.
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.