February stars: our monthly science quiz
Feeling fab? We've had another month of exciting and innovative science stories. Test your memory with our February quiz!
These are the plastic items that most kill whales, dolphins, turtles and seabirds
Plastic in the ocean is eaten by over 700 species, but just a few items are responsible for the most deaths.
Coral spawning: a slick affair for reef restoration
Our scientists are using coral spawn slicks to help restore the Great Barrier Reef. We show you how we go from the reef to the lab!
This super rare squid is a deep-sea mystery. We recently spotted not 1, but 5, in the Great Australian Bight
The mysterious bigfin squid has been spotted in Australia’s waters for the first time in the Great Australian Bight.
We estimate there are up to 14 million tonnes of microplastics on the seafloor. It’s worse than we thought
The amount of microplastics on the seafloor is up to 35 times more than the estimated weight of plastic pollution on the ocean’s surface.
Busting white shark myths with science
White sharks are an elusive marine top predator. But researchers are improving their knowledge and busting shark myths with scientific facts.
Deadpool fly and other Marvellous new species named
We’ve marvelled at and named 165 new species in the past year. They include a fly named after Marvel character Deadpool.
Canyon deep, sea-mountain high: using echoes to map ocean depths
Only a small part of the ocean depths has been mapped in detail. So we must ask: “what great discoveries are still down there waiting to be uncovered?!”
World Oceans Day: creating our future oceans
To celebrate World Oceans Day, we asked for your creative ideas about the science and technology needed to ensure healthy and sustainable future oceans.
Summer snapshot of the Great Barrier Reef
Grab your flippers and a snorkel! We have joined forces to release the first ever summer snapshot of the Great Barrier Reef.
Let’s get quiz-ical: March science quiz questions
It's time to find out what you remember from the last month of science news and break the boredom in isolation.