Proud heritage: top 10 moments of The Dish
Our Parkes radio telescope, or 'The Dish', is the first functioning scientific instrument to join Australia's National Heritage List.
M♡THer: an app to better manage gestational diabetes
We're working with hosptials to fast track an app called "M♡THer.” It supports pregnant patients to manage their gestational diabetes better.
Students beaver away on solutions during Bebras Challenge
We’re inviting teachers to register their class for the upcoming Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge.
Our female leaders are the business
Two of our innovative female leaders have been nominated in this year's Telstra Business Women’s Awards. Congratulations Dr Sarah Pearce and Zoe Piper!
Deepfakes: danger in the digital age
As the technology behind deepfakes improves, the ability for audiences to distinguish fact from fiction is becoming increasingly difficult.
Using technology to better understand our Antarctic marine life
How do you measure data in such a large area for two species in a short amount of time? A team of scientists have used innovative technology to uncover the distribution of endangered blue whales and krill.
Good things come in small packages, satellites included
CubeSats - aka nanosatellites herald a new approach to Earth observation and remote sensing work for Australia. For their size, they punch well above their weight.
Sydney Harbour as seen from space: it’s not just black and white
The first images from the new NovaSAR-1 satellite – which has superpowers including night vision and the ability to see through clouds – have just been received.
Eyes on the deep sea: the coral that thrives in the dark
We are surveying deep-sea coral reefs growing on underwater mountains to deepen our understanding of these extraordinary marine communities.
Scaring is caring: our hi-tech scarecrow that protects crops from elephants and other pest animals
New adaptable technology has been trialled to help save farmers’ crops from animal pests, from Africa to Australia.
Wrapper’s delight: flexible electronics have you covered this Christmas
Our scientists are generally known for their tenacity, curiosity and dedication to their field of research. What they’re less known for is their gift-wrapping skills. That is, until now.