Spits and shoals – will coastal erosion take a toll?
We take a deeper dive into the ocean processes that caused the recent coastal erosion on Bribie Island in Queensland.
Best summer reads for science lovers
Science isn't seasonal, but to get you through summer we’ve created a list of wonderful reads to inspire, excite and enjoy.
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.
Climate change is likely driving a drier southern Australia – so why are we having such a wet year?
The southern parts of Australia are expected to become increasingly dry due to climate change. Yet, we now find ourselves subject to another La Niña event. What’s going on?
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.
Meet our researcher: Dr Guojian Wang
Meet Guojian! He researches both the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) at The Centre for Southern Hemisphere Oceans Research (CSHOR).
Smart sensors to help Darwin residents manage smoke and heat
We’re working with the City of Darwin to improve the air pollution data collected by smart sensors.
Prepare for hotter days, says the State of the Climate 2020 report for Australia
A changing climate means parts of Australia will get hotter, some drier, others wetter and we can expect more extreme fire days.
Mt Resilience uses AR to help you prepare for disaster
To prepare people for more frequent and extreme weather events, our researchers teamed up with the ABC to embrace AR with Mt Resilience.
Volunteers forecast STEM success
This National Volunteer Week, we're celebrating the wonderful work of our network of teachers and science, technology, engineering and maths volunteers.
Track to the future: climate change and your city
What will your city feel like in 50 years' time, in 2070? Climate predictions tell us that Melbourne will feel like northern parts of Adelaide.