Adapting to bushfires: a new idea of ‘fire-proof’ homes
Every year homes are lost in bushfires. But what if we build our houses to withstand fire?
Thiamine in yeast spread and joeys in pouches — these are a few of our favourite things
This Australia Day we explored some of the things that make Australia home: kangaroos, Vegemite, and more.
Making STEM deadly
Before she went on a science and maths camp, 19-year-old Tayla Macdonald says, she didn’t have a huge interest in […]
Mixing ancient knowledge with new to understand biodiversity
Australia’s Biodiversity series – Part 6: Indigenous perspectives Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples right across Australia have close connections […]
Aboriginal people – how to misunderstand their science
By Ray Norris, Chief Research Scientist, Astronomy & Space Science Just one generation ago Australian schoolkids were taught that Aboriginal […]
Rebirth of Country for Mungalla Wetlands
In 1999 the Nywaigi people, through the Nywaigi Aboriginal Land Corporation, purchased Mungalla Station, an 880 Ha cattle property that […]