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.
Sam vs Wild: from Alzheimer’s to Antarctica
Our research scientist Samantha Burnham works with data to try to map out the trajectory of Alzheimer’s disease – and now she’s off to Antarctica.
What our people pack when visiting Antarctica
Amelia Tandy, Research Assistant with the Climate Science Centre, will be joining one hundred women from across the globe for a voyage to Antarctica as part of Homeward Bound.
Meet Samia: the first Tunisian woman to set foot in Antarctica
Our research scientist Samia Elfekih travels the world fighting the mosquito-borne diseases afflicting hundreds of millions of people. Her next stop: Antarctica.
Homeward Bound: the women on an epic Antarctic journey
Homeward Bound enables women in STEM to impact and lead their community, whilst in Antarctica. Meet our scientists going on the research trip of a lifetime!
Past Antarctic air informs our future
Air bubbles trapped deep under Antarctic ice are helping us understand the impact that increasing emissions might have on a naturally occurring ‘air purifier’.
Krill, whales and poo power
At the end of the day, who doesn’t like a good poo story (especially when it's about poo from the largest animal on Earth)!
Cool photos from the Antarctic ice-edge taken on board RV Investigator
On the recent voyage to the Antarctic ice-edge on board the Marine National Facility research vessel Investigator, one of our IT specialists, […]
Investigator completes cold water trials in Antarctic waters
THIS MEDIA RELEASE WAS DISTRIBUTED BY CSIRO ON MONDAY 2 MARCH 2015 The new Marine National Facility research vessel Investigator […]
Ocean research vessel returns from the ice edge with first-of-its-kind atmospheric measurements
THIS MEDIA RELEASE WAS DISTRIBUTED BY QUT ON MONDAY 2 MARCH 2015 Scientists have commissioned Australia’s first permanent ship-based labs […]
Move over happy feet – there’s a new muso in town
Not many people get to spend their student days in the Antarctic, but Nick Roden was one of the lucky […]