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Congratulations to Natalie Strickland!
Congratulations to Natalie Strickland who won our World Oceans Day competition. Her prize is a LEGO® Investigator, which she won […]
How beautiful are the latest graphics of RV Investigator
Soon we’ll be able to tell you the design and colours that have been chosen for Investigator’s hull. In the meantime here […]
Insect of the week – White Stemmed Gum Moth
By Kim Pullen – Australian National Insect Collection A huge caterpillar covered in tufts of black spines is not something […]
Friday Fish Time – Winter Competition
Winter and I reckon the “vibe” is pretty low at the moment. Never fear – Friday Fish Time is here. […]
Far-flung dung beetles here to ‘finish the job’
Specially chosen for their spring frenzy and voracious appetite for dung, two new species of European dung beetles have arrived […]
Hitting disease where it hurts
By Tracey Nicholls Imagine a future where diabetics no longer need daily insulin injections, a single injection every ten years […]
Subscribe to win a LEGO® Investigator!
There are less than three days left to enter our competition to win a LEGO® Investigator! We’re running the competition to celebrate […]
Eyes to the sky
So I am sitting at my computer watching Venus as she moseys along. But in Adelaide they are out in […]
Win a LEGO® Investigator!
To celebrate World Oceans Day we’re giving away a LEGO® Investigator. To enter subscribe to this blog by midnight Australian […]
Insect of the week – Delicate basketwork can mean trouble for gum trees
By Kim Pullen Psyllids are small bugs with soft, vulnerable bodies, so how do they escape predators? Adult psyllids can […]