Meet our next cohort of deep tech domain game changers
Our ON Program is bringing together 20 teams of researchers and venture builders for the first ON Accelerate bootcamp in two years.
National Bird Week playlist: Music you can birdwatch to
Stuffed with tweet treats that will have you warbling along, this is the perfect way to appreciate our feathered friends. National Bird Week is 17-23 October. To celebrate, we compiled a bird-themed Spotify playlist: Music you can birdwatch to.
Local efforts have cut plastic waste on Australia’s beaches by almost 30% in 6 years
Here’s some good environmental news – local governments and local actions have slashed the plastic on our beaches.
Meet Ziggi Busch: protecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property
For the past year, Ziggi has been working to develop CSIRO’s Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property framework, principles and supporting resources. It’s important work, for the aspiring lawyer.
Nature is hiding in every nook of Australia’s cities – just look a little closer and you’ll find it
There’s enormous value in citizen science projects that encourage urban-dwellers to learn about what is often on their doorsteps.
What’s the secret to making sure AI doesn’t steal your job? Work with it, not against it
The best AI chess computer outperforms the best human chess players. Yet the most supreme chess play on Earth comes from a human, helped by AI.
Australia’s marine industries deliver $80b a year. But without more scientists, the ‘blue economy’ is at risk
Australia's marine industries deliver $80b a year. But without more scientists, the 'blue economy' is at risk
Old, goopy museum specimens can tell fascinating stories of wildlife history. Finally, we can read them
Recovering important historical genetic data has been severely impeded by the methods used to preserve specimens.
Shape-shifting robots in the wild: the DyRET robot can rearrange its body to walk in new environments
This robot can learn how to traverse unforeseen terrain by changing the length of its legs.
From walking sharks to wombat gates, five science stories you should know
So much happened in 2020 that even the most well-read might have missed a headline or two. From walking sharks to wombat gates, we've curated five stories to bring you up-to-speed.
Spotify playlist: Music you can work from home to
We've compiled a list of work-themed tracks, plus some other favourite tunes, to power up your work from home workday.