Tracking buffaloes and cattle by satellite
We're partnering with Traditional Owners in Northern Australia to new ways to protect their land and culture using satellites, while creating economic opportunities.
AI relieves data drought for farmers
Farms of the future will not just need tech, but also intelligence. A new one-click rural property report pulls together data on every rural property in Australia. Backed by science.
Three online tools for smarter farming
We’ve got three new online tools for Australian agribusiness, including carbon farming, fertiliser runoff and weather analytics.
Dual-purpose crops bring drought resilience to farming
Growing crops both grazed by livestock and grown to harvest is helping this farmer weather the drought.
Top science stories in 2019
Celebrations in space, a major laser and a new human discovered. We've wrapped up the top science stories of 2019 as our gift to you.
Planting early helps farmer weather the drought
Queensland farmer Daniel Wegener is using a technique we developed called early sowing to make the best of the current drought.
Scientists fear insect populations are shrinking. Here are six ways to help
Insects are vital to sustaining life on Earth – and their numbers are falling fast. So consider ditching the fly spray and see what you can do to help.
The worm has turned: climate change, the humble earthworm and you
The often-maligned earthworm is vital to the natural world. A study has found climate change could seriously impact them. If it does we’ll all feel the consequences.
Magpie geese return with help from ethical AI and Indigenous Knowledge
In the wetlands of Kakadu, rangers are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Indigenous Knowledge to care for country. The results are promising: thousands of magpie geese are returning to roost.
It takes 21 litres of water to produce a small chocolate bar. How water-wise is your diet?
It's long been known that our diet choices help determine our carbon footprint. But do you know which of your favourite foods are the most water-hungry?
Bringing biodiversity conservation in from the wilderness
Our new research has found wilderness areas act as a buffer against biodiversity extinction risk.