Creatures great and small: how water temperature influences marine copepod size
Supporting Bergmann’s Rule, we found temperature predicts marine copepod size. This could influence the amount of food available for fish.
Life lurking in dark waters: meet seven denizens of the deep
Scientists on our research vessel (RV) Investigator are uncovering the denizens of the deep that lurk in the ocean far beneath the waves.
Support bushfire science from home
CSIRO is calling for citizen scientists to help digitise specimens of flies, mayflies, caddisflies, bugs, butterflies and more.
They’re the bee’s knees: celebrating the insects who keep global ecosystems healthy
We're celebrating the bee on World Bee Day.
Solving the mystery of the death of millions of seabirds
Our researchers have solved the mystery of three million seabird deaths.
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.
Plastic in the ocean kills more threatened albatrosses than we thought
We examined the causes of death of 107 albatrosses and found ocean plastic is an underestimated threat.
Developing smart collars for our best four-legged friends
Smart collars will be able to track an animal’s movements in real-time and provide updates straight to their owner’s phone.
Balancing global food demands and biodiversity
New research shows we can feed the world and bend the curve on biodiversity loss, looking after animals and plants into the future.
Science in lockdown: monitoring our sea animals during the pandemic
What does science during a lockdown look like? Our researchers are still checking in on their ocean animal friends during the pandemic.
Busting white shark myths with science
White sharks are an elusive marine top predator. But researchers are improving their knowledge and busting shark myths with scientific facts.