Three more online tools for smarter farming
Being on the land isn’t always easy. But some of our online tools for smarter farming can make it easier to predict and respond to future conditions in an increasingly variable climate.
Quantum leaps: Meet our researcher Dr Jenny Hayward
Dr Jenny Hayward is a scientist of many talents. She’s worked in computational chemistry, economic modelling and defence technologies. We asked her about these quantum leaps!
Science-savvy sailors race from Sydney to Hobart
Considerably more accurate than the old ‘thermometer in a bucket’ trick, Bluelink ocean forecasting is helping sailors optimise their route in the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
A wild walk in virtual woodlands
A new virtual reality tool allows our researchers to take a walk on the wild side to better study some of our endangered ecosystems.
Staying connected when it counts to improve disaster resilience
We've teamed up with Optus to identify how to improve the resilience of our telecommunications infrastructure during natural disasters.
Aus4Innovation: Aussie and Vietnamese researchers partner to deliver digital impact
Australian research teams and their Vietnamese counterparts are collaborating on digitally transformative projects to deliver lasting social, economic and environmental impacts in Vietnam.
Cool havens in a hot city: improving Darwin’s parks
Darwin’s parks and gardens provide a cool haven in the tropical capital city. As the climate heats up, we want to hear from you on how Darwin can create better green spaces.
From Hobart, to London, to Dhaka: using cameras and AI to build an automatic litter detection system
As part of our research to end plastic waste, we’ve been developing an efficient and scalable environmental monitoring system using artificial intelligence (AI).
Diving deep into the shallow reefs of Ningaloo Reef
We are mapping the shallow reefs of Ningaloo Reef to understand more about coral growth and marine ecosystem health.
Solar forecasting helping to predict the future
Clouds all have one thing in common: they affect the amount of energy solar panels produce. So, what is solar forecasting and why is it so important?
Balancing global food demands and biodiversity
New research shows we can feed the world and bend the curve on biodiversity loss, looking after animals and plants into the future.