Atmospheric scientist awarded fellowship
Atmospheric and climate scientist Dr Helen Cleugh has been elected as a fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.
Southern stars – our scientists vying for Aussie honours
Two of our researchers – Dr Britta Denise Hardesty and Dr Jess Melbourne-Thomas – are in the running for Australian of the Year Tasmania 2020.
Our peeps (em)powering science at sea
This World Maritime Day, we look at women who (em)power the science on our research vessel Investigator.
Chemical romance: our sparkling superstar of STEM
Edible experiments, explosions and splat paintings. Chemistry has taken Dr Laura Kuhar from diamond mines back to the classroom, where she shares her love of science.
Great leadership in innovation and science
Cathy Foley reflects on the importance of leadership in science as the buzz from Australian Museum Eureka Prizes still lingers.
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.
Shoot (for) the stars: Awe-inspiring astrophotography
Take a trip across the universe with the 2019 Central West Astronomical Society Astrophotography Awards.
Our scientists doing us proud
Two of our recently appointed Australian Academy of Science Fellows tell us about their work helping to create resilient and valuable environments.
Aussie teens win prizes at the ‘Olympics of Science and Engineering’
Game on! This year, over 1800 students from around the world competed for a share of $5 million USD at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
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.
Science is in the genes, for our award-winning geneticist
Can you inherit a love of science? How do you make a weed less 'weedy'? What do these questions have to do with each other? There's only one way to find out.