How coal seam gas is changing the face of rural Queensland
By Tom Measham, Senior Research Scientist and David Fleming, Research Economist Why would young Australians buck international trends and move […]
Found: world’s most mysterious bird, but why all the secrecy?
By Leo Joseph, Research Director and Curator, Australian National Wildlife Collection The Night Parrot has been called the “world’s most […]
Could Australia ever have its own Silicon Valley?
By David Ireland, General Manager: International, Precincts, Innovation Systems and Louise Osborne, Analyst: R&D Partnerships Silicon Valley is a bit […]
SolarGas is ‘Delhi-cious’
by Meg Rive What do you get when you mix solar energy and natural gas? High-efficiency electricity, improved energy and […]
Paper money, it’s just not cricket
We Aussies have had cause to feel a little bit smug when speaking to our English counterparts this week (there […]
Top 10 science stories of 2013
Recently it’s been reported that our brain loves lists. We process information spatially and find things easier to remember when […]
What does the city of the future look like?
The sun provides a huge amount of energy for us. In fact more energy hits the surface of the Earth […]
Bridging the broadband gap
It’s amazing to think that in a country where almost half of adult Australians own a smart device, there are […]
Avian influenza – why it’s not going away
By Frank Wong, Agent Characterisation Team Leader and Peter Daniels, Australian Animal Health Laboratory Assistant Director While Hong Kong has […]
Masking and unmasking of global warming by aerosols
By Leon Rotstayn, Senior Principal Research Scientist, Marine and Atmospheric Research Climate scientists have established a convincing case for the […]
What is this? A centre for ants?
What do ants, Darwin and Texas have in common? Why, it’s Fullbright Scholar Israel Del Toro. Israel has spent the past […]