#4. We recently helped launch of the Earth Challenge 2020 app. What can you take images of and upload to the app?
We’re aiming to better our understanding of how much plastic pollution is really out there. Read about the Earth Challenge 2020 app and get involved!
#5. What was the theme of this year's National Science Week?
The theme of National Science Week 2020 was Deep Blue: innovations for the future of our oceans. This theme celebrated innovative technologies, skills and capabilities needed to achieve economic, environmental and social sustainability of our oceans.
#6. A newly discovered species of Polychaete worm has been named after us. It looks like a prawn cutlet. What's its official name?
Gesaia CSIRO is one tasty looking bristle worm! If you’re hungry for more info head to our Facebook to watch the video.
#7. One of our scientists is working from home in Bicheno, Tasmania. Which animal has she been studying?
Our researcher Cathy Bulman is working from home studying Little Penguins in her backyard. Read her story.
#8. Our Parkes radio telescope was recently added to Australia's National Heritage List. How wide is The Dish?
The Parkes radio telescope measures 64 metres across and its basic structure remains largely the same as when it started operating in 1961. We count down the top 10 moments of The Dish.
#9. How many populations of white shark are there in Australia?
There are two white shark populations in Australia. There is an eastern population (ranging along the east coast from Tasmania to central Queensland) and a southern-western population (ranging from western Victoria to north-west Western Australia). We busted a few white shark myths this month.
#10. During National Science Week we posted a picture of a wombat strolling along the beach. Where is that beach located in Victoria?