Qubit’s quantum arrow is aiming for you
Qubit is searching for a match made in quantum heaven as we increase our capability. Come see where a ‘relationship’ may take us.
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.
Australia’s Black Summer of fire was not normal – and we can prove it
Forest fires in Australia are burning more land across more of the year than ever before, as climate-linked fire weather worsens.
Every dollar invested in research and development creates $3.50 in benefits for Australia, says new CSIRO analysis
An analysis by CSIRO’s strategic and economic advisory arm suggests spending on research and development can earn annual yields of 10%, even if there are delays or cost overruns.
Introducing Edna: the chatbot trained to help patients make a difficult medical decision
It may not be long before Australia's health sector offers predictive genomic analysis to patients. If this happens, could chatbots help lessen the load on genetic counsellors?
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.
It’s official: the last five years were the warmest ever recorded
The World Meteorological Organisation today published a definitive climate report card showing concentrations of greenhouse gases continue to rise, and the last five years were the warmest on record.
Finders keepers! What our Investigator found on its Coral Sea journey
RV Investigator has returned to port after a voyage of discovery in the Coral Sea. Researchers uncovered rocks, coral, volcanoes and a potential shipwreck.
The answer may not be 42: fast radio burst traced to a distant galaxy
In a world first, astronomers using our ASKAP telescope have pinpointed the location of a fast radio burst in the Universe taking us one step closer to solving an astronomical mystery.
What’s the catch? Fishing boats double to 3.7 million
As demand for fish continues to grow, new research has revealed that the global fishing fleet has doubled to 3.7 million.
Packing a punch with tiny plankton
When you think of plankton, do you think of the diabolical little creature with a penchant for trying to steal the Krabby Patty recipe? Or do you think of the tiny drifting plants and animals which are vital components of our aquatic systems? Take our quiz to test your knowledge.