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.
By Keirissa Lawson We have developed a hydrocarbon sensor array system that can detect different types of hydrocarbons in marine […]
By Andrea Wild No, the problem is not ghost ships on the high seas, but ghostnets. Lost and abandoned fishing […]
Leaning toward a Banded Sweep but not really sure. Anyway, sweeps are grey, often with a tinge of blue, green, […]
Smoke from bushfires and fires prescribed for fuel reduction, silviculture (tree farming) and biodiversity management are the largest source of air pollutants in Australia.
Petrochemicals are, like, so last century. Biodegradable, bioderived biomaterials are all the rage, and for good reason too.
There are not many things that can offer you a 15 metre circumference hug. If a giant squid was approaching […]
Bats are amazing creatures. They’ve been around for at least 65 million years, and in that time have become one […]
Orange Roughy: Can’t believe it has taken FFT over a year to come to this important fish of the sea. […]
The secret life of the scribbly gum moth has been revealed, including how and where these moths develop and how they make their scribbles.
Scientists believe that fish ear bones and their distinctive growth rings can offer clues to the likely impacts of climate […]
By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection Walking on water might seem like a miracle to us mere humans but […]
Freshwater Sawfish: Apart from the visually obvious, the Freshwater Sawfish is a really interesting FFT subject. It is actually a […]