Blue water high: Tales from a Torres Strait teacher
Chris La Rosa is the first educator from the Torres Strait we've had on our research vessel Investigator. Dive into his adventures on the high seas.
From science fiction to robot reality
Our Data61 is one of seven funded participants competing in the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Subterranean Challenge, which aims to explore new approaches to rapidly map, navigate, and search underground environments.
We just appointed our new Chief Scientist and she is one ‘super woman’
When Dr Cathy Foley isn't conducting ground-breaking research on super conductors she's spreading the word of STEM careers and their vitality for Australia. And now she's our Chief Scientist!
Interronauts | Episode 5: T. rex lovers, toxin-testing lab-on-a-glove, the largest dino print & Martian atmospheres
Jesse, Sophie, and Adrian talk about a newly discovered tyrannosaur skull that indicates sensitive lovers, Mars' lack of atmosphere, a handy new lab-on-a-glove, and they speak with Dr Steve Salisbury from the University of Queensland about his work on the 'Dinosaur Coast' in WA.
On yer bike! How we’re changing the way you experience the Tour de France & Olympics
The latest start-up success story from our Data61 team is changing the way we experience the Tour De France & Olympics.
The planner’s new best friend: we can now track land-use changes on a scale of centimetres
Improvements to digital aerial photography techniques allow us to monitor changes as small as 10-20 cm, in both land use and vegetation.
Getting down and dirty with digital maps
Have you ever stopped to think about what’s under your feet, under our roads and under the wheat crops that […]
To map and protect: how our 3D Zebedee technology is helping re-build New Zealand
By Emily Lehmann Situated on the Pacific Ring of Fire, our Kiwi neighbours in New Zealand (NZ) are rattled by […]
Sounding out the ghosts of the depths
On-board the RV Investigator, our Geophysical Survey and Mapping team have successfully mapped the MV Lake Illawarra and the Tasman Bridge decades after the disaster that brought them to the depths of the Derwent
Kids raid caves in virtual classroom
We're using the 3D maps of the Jenolan Caves, to create an interactive game for students to explore a virtual representation of the would famous site.