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Women krilling it in Antarctica
In the icy waters off Antarctica, a team of women are leading the way while trawling for answers about Antarctic krill.
We’ve made progress to curb global emissions. But it’s a fraction of what’s needed
The global pandemic caused an unprecedented drop in global emissions. But this is likely to rebound as economies start to recover.
Meet our researcher: Dr Denise Hardesty
Meet Dr Denise Hardesty. She uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to research ways to stop plastic pollution from entering our environment.
COVID-19 Expert FAQ: Dr Rob Grenfell
Wouldn’t it be handy if you could carry around a COVID-19 expert in your pocket? Like Siri or Alexa – […]
February stars: our monthly science quiz
Feeling fab? We've had another month of exciting and innovative science stories. Test your memory with our February quiz!
From blinking lights to hydro stations: engineering the code for success
With the STEM Professionals in Schools program, Robbie Bell finds unique ways to show students how engineering is part of their daily lives.
Meet our researcher: Dr John Ward
We meet Dr John Ward. He oversees how clean energy systems can continue to be integrated into existing power generation in the grid.
Become a citizen scientist: create your own project to help the environment
In our three-part series, we explore the ways you can help scientists understand extreme events. In this final part, we explain how to set up your own citizen scientist project.
Licence to chill: developing medicinal cannabis products
Our new licence to manufacture medicinal cannabis products will help drive the development of novel cannabis-based therapeutics in Australia.
Canine ehrlichiosis: the new tick-borne dog disease in Australia
Canine ehrlichiosis, caused by Ehrlichia canis, is a tick-borne dog disease recently detected in parts of Australia. We're helping respond.
Cool havens in a hot city: improving Darwin’s parks
Darwin’s parks and gardens provide a cool haven in the tropical capital city. As the climate heats up, we want to hear from you on how Darwin can create better green spaces.