Scientists search for the meaning of life for ocean microbes and find that the truth might be out there, in the mud!
Stretching more than a kilometre across the reef lagoon, our scientists set about identifying millions of teeny tiny aquabugs.
Through a multi-group investigation based around northern Australia, we’ve identified a new species, one of the largest known stingrays.
An autonomous torpedo shaped underwater glider has just completed a trip through the eastern waters of the Great Australian Bight, collecting valuable data on the ocean.
Investigator explores uncharted territories and the art of science during a transit from Fiji to Australia.
As we predicted two months ago, the background atmospheric carbon dioxide levels measured at Cape Grim on Tasmania’s northwest coast have officially passed the 400 parts per million mark.
Our team at the Ningaloo reef have been busy this past year, tagging 60 animals and surveying 7 kilometres of reef, and 12,000 hectares of deep habitat!
After tackling three separate primary projects in a single voyage the Investigator arrives back in Hobart to get ready for the next big trip.
We’re looking at coral reef spawning, one of the largest reproductive events, to better understand coral colonisation and growth.