Interactive maps: vegetation cover and fire in Australia
We're working with the National Landcare Program to produce interactive maps showing vegetation cover and fire impact in Australia.
Catalytic static mixers – an Aussie game-changer mixing up chemical manufacturing
Our 3D printed catalytic static mixers are a game changer for chemical manufacturing. We explain why and how they work.
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.
Like finding life on Mars’: why the underground orchid is Australia’s strangest, most mysterious flower
The underground orchid, Rhizanthella, is perhaps the strangest Australian orchid of them all. We explain why.
#ThrowbackThursday: a vintage Christmas video
This Christmas Eve, we've got a vintage video to make you laugh.
Silence please! Why radio astronomers need things quiet in the middle of a WA desert
Come and check out the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory (MRO)!
12 Days of Wombat Wednesday
In a year of "unprecedented" times and cancelled sausage sizzles, Wombat Wednesday has been a lighthearted reminder of the innate toughness of Aussies, and our wildlife too!
Earth’s sunscreen: what you need to know about the ozone hole in 2020
Remember the hole in the ozone layer? It still opens every spring and this year’s hole was a doozy. But overall things are getting better.
Shining the light on marine ‘bright spots’ to restore coastal ecosystems
We've identified coastal and marine ‘bright spots.' Find out what they are and how they’ll help boost biodiversity, local economies and wellbeing.
Spotlight on 2020: our science champions
A number of our scientists received recognition for their work this year. We're shining the spotlight on some of our science champions!
Your Fungi Friday highlights for 2020
Every Fungi Friday we showcase the fabulous world of fungi on social media. So we're showing off your favourites from 2020.