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By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection In 1720, a J. Strype wrote in Stow’s Survey of London that […]
If you’re reading this it is probably because you worked out at some point that without a glass of water […]
By Paul Fraser, Stream Leader, Changing Atmosphere. Last week the greenhouse gas monitoring site at Mauna Loa in Hawaii recorded […]
Actually, we did but it was all in the name of safety. Our fire testing lab got a hot and […]
Happy Fascination of Plants Day! That is, if you’re not too busy celebrating Sea Monkey Day, Museum Day, or preparing […]
Moon Jellyfish: It is rare for these to live more than six months in the wild but they are really […]
Scientists have produced the largest flexible, plastic solar cells in Australia – 10 times the size of what they were […]
By Ryan Fraser, Research Manager, Earth Science and Engineering and Arwen Cross, Science Communicator, Food Health and Life Sciences. Imagine […]
The Gooniyandi people of the Fitzroy Valley in the tropical Kimberley region of Western Australia know that the appearance of red dragonflies is a much better indicator of the march of seasons than a glance at the old wall calendar.
The photo above was sent in by a friend of a friend who came across the dead fish at Goolwa […]
By Barton Loechel, Social Scientist, Science into Society Group. Recent research suggests only a minority of mining companies are preparing […]
What do Robert Menzies, bunny suits (the scientific kind) and African violets have in common? That’s right, they’ve all been inside our Phytotron! It […]