We’ve built a new home for all of the great news you love that really showcases the breadth and depth of work we do here.

About four years ago, we hatched a plan to start sharing our science with the world of social media with our very first blog. Now we’re super excited to reveal the next evolution.

Over the years we’ve brought you all the latest from our work in space in our Universe blog, our voyages at sea with our Investigator blog, and of course, stories from right across our varied and diverse science in our News Blog.

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So to keep giving you all the news you know and love, we’ve built a new home for all of the great news you love that really showcases the breadth and depth of work we do here.

Whether it’s tasty treats from our projects in health, whiz-bang advances in the world of tech, partnerships with industry that give Australia the competitive edge, or anything in between, it’s now easier to cruise around all of our stories at our new site.

We’ve organised our archive of news into handy categories for you to browse through, and designed nice, clean pages to make catching up on the latest innovations and research a breeze. So what are you waiting for? Dive in!

A note for our dear subscribers:

We love you! No, seriously, we do. And we’re committed to making this move work for our relationship.

If you’re receiving our updates by email, we’ve got you covered. We’ll make sure you’re signed up to keep getting all the latest news direct to your inbox. We’ve even tweaked our system so you’ll get all the updates from the day in one handy email, rather than multiple emails during your day.

If you’ve been keeping up with us through a WordPress.com subscription, things are a little trickier.

Unfortunately, we can’t do all the work in this relationship, we need you to come on over and subscribe to our new blog. It’s really easy, and you can opt for a daily email update, or a weekly wrap-up with everything we’ve been up to.

We’re really proud of the new site – what do you think? Leave us a comment and let us know how we can keep improving.



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