#Group 2 scientific equipment
The first data from the TRIAXUS is collected on a trial voyage!
Oceanographers seek to understand the dynamics of the ocean and observe changes across seasons and over decades, to better understand weather, […]
But… what’s inside the container?
Do you remember last week we took delivery of the coring container, at the CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Laboratories in Hobart? […]
Tasmanian company wins international tender
THIS MEDIA RELEASE WAS DISTRIBUTED ON FRIDAY 17 JANUARY 2014 BY CSIRO. Tasmanian-based Taylor Brothers has beaten a competitive field […]
The fantastic Group 2 scientific equipment! (so far)
In 2013 we started purchasing of some of the Group 2 scientific equipment, with the help of our wonderful equipment champions. […]
Factory Acceptance Testing of the TRIAXUS!
The fabulous, new TRIAXUS, to be used onboard RV Investigator, has been given the once over by Dr Lindsay Pender, […]
Check out the list of scientific equipment for RV Investigator!
We’re often asked what are the scientific capabilities of RV Investigator. There’s a list as long as your arm that includes […]
Science onboard RV Investigator is going atmospheric!
One of the new and exciting capabilities for Australia’s Marine National Facility is in the scientific discipline of atmospheric research. […]
The tiny CTD trace metal winch arrives in Hobart!
RV Investigator needs lots of winches for all sorts of different scientific capabilities. It needs big winches to deploy nets […]
Digging deep, with RV Investigator’s coring system
Australia’s new Marine National Facility research vessel Investigator is having new sampling equipment and devices purpose-built. Onboard there’ll be a range […]