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We’re insects and we’re everywhere
By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection September is Biodiversity Month, and there is no more diverse class of animals […]
Megatrends: do we really need more from less?
By Stefan Hajkowicz, CSIRO This article is part of The Conversation’s series on megatrends. What are the compelling economic, social, […]
What are the future megatrends all Australians need to know about?
By Megan Clark, CSIRO If hindsight is such a wonderful thing, surely foresight would be better. What if we could […]
RV Investigator hits 800 tonnes of steel
The construction of Australia’s new Marine National Facility research vessel Investigator now has over 800 tonnes of steel in place. […]
Biodiversity in your backyard: a live Q&A
Australia is home to over 600,000 species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Sadly, we also […]
Meet a member of the Future Research Vessel Project Team: Dr Brian Griffiths
This profile is featured in the current edition of ECOS Magazine http://www.ecosmagazine.com/?paper=EC12402. Brian Griffiths: called back to the sea Biological […]
Australian shipping emissions identified
Ship engine exhaust emissions make up more than a quarter of nitrogen oxide emissions generated in the Australian region according […]
Friday Fish Time
Where to start with the jokes and puns? Too dangerous, so lets keep it serious. This recently discovered jellyfish is […]
What’s big and blue and green?
The second layer of blocks has started to be added to RV Investigator, and the fabulous blue and green is now […]
Eureka! It’s a double for CSIRO
Two CSIRO scientists have scooped prestigious Eureka Prizes for their innovative research. Dr Matthew Hill and Adjunct Professor Yonggang Zhu […]
Ship building that looks like art!
Here are some beautiful images from the Sembawang Shipyard where RV Investigator is being built.