How can we support Indigenous-led fire management?
We’re working with Indigenous fire experts to design landscape burning partnerships, projects and activities.
Game on: Torres Strait Island life enters virtual reality
His passions for his culture and learning through technology led Torres Strait Islander man, Rhett Loban, to his latest creation.
Magpie geese return with help from ethical AI and Indigenous Knowledge
In the wetlands of Kakadu, rangers are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Indigenous Knowledge to care for country. The results are promising: thousands of magpie geese are returning to roost.
Saltwater science and sea country research
34 researchers and 20 crew on board RV Investigator set off from Turrbal Country, near Brisbane. They steamed through Quandamooka Country, past Kabi Kabi Country and out into the Coral Sea.
Eureka! Our stars in line for science Oscars
Tracking diseases, protecting soldiers and engaging underrepresented communities in science. Our stars nominated as finalists in this year’s Eureka Prizes.
On country for our country: growing our understanding of the Kimberley
We have worked closely with Indigenous rangers in the Kimberley to build on cultural and scientific knowledge of the marine animals and plants that call the region home.
How traditional ecological knowledge explains science to school students
Areyonga School may only have 35 students, but they're at the forefront of engaging students by combining traditional Indigenous knowledge with Western science.
People power for the pollinators
Conservation science has often neglected cultural knowledge systems, values and approaches. A recent global study has found that people, such as Indigenous communities, are essential to conserving the pollinators that maintain and protect biodiversity, agriculture and habitat.
Meet our Indigenous STEM ambassadors
Whether it’s dancing, drones or science communication, our Indigenous STEM ambassadors are doing cool things to promote STEM education to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
Students Learn Two-way Science in Remote Western Australian Desert
Our Science Pathways program took students to the edge of the Gibson Desert in Western Australia to attend a biological survey, blending Traditional Ecological Knowledge with Western science.