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.
From ugly ducklings like the Rough Dreamer to the kiss-me-I’m-really-a-prince Clown Triggerfish, Australia’s marine fishes are now at your fingertips […]
Sturgeon Whiptail: I was kicking back watching one of those fishing shows on TV the other day and they were somewhere […]
There are about 400 species of March fly in Australia. Some of these feed on flower nectar and pollen but the majority prefer a helping of blood.
Video transcript is available here. Protecting the future of Aussie aquaculture farming through new sensor technology Whether you prefer your […]
by Lee Belbin- Research Scientist, Ecosystem Sciences I like good wine and after many years enjoying Australia’s wonderful Shiraz, I’ve […]
By Matthew Paget Striking images of smoke plumes and scarring from the bushfires that swept south eastern Australia in January […]
On Balls Pyramid, a sheer rocky island off the coast of mainland New South Wales, the Lord Howe Island stick […]
To celebrate the recent release of the Oxijet shower nozzle, which we helped develop to cut your water usage while improving your perceived water pressure, we have a handful to give away.
By Mikayla Keen Contrary to popular belief watching grass grow is awesome. For Rasha Kardo it won her the opportunity […]
As Australians battle another hot, dry summer, a new shower nozzle that uses up to 50 per cent less water […]
OK, this is not the most pleasant FFT picture we have had but it is interesting. One of our regular […]
By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection Insects hide their enormous diversity well. We may hear that several thousand […]