During the past year we’ve put scientific names on around 230 new species, including a bee fly named after Game of Thrones’ Night King. It reigns in winter and has a crown of spine-like hairs. A species without a scientific name is invisible to science and conservation. And Australia has only named about a quarter of its half a million species. Naming species is a serious business with a fun side.
We've worked closely with Indigenous rangers, traditional owners and research partners to gain new insights into the threatened marine and plant life in the Kimberley. Bringing western science and traditional knowledge together.
We’ve got our sights set on an imaging and computer vision research scientist to join our data science team. Develop new and innovative algorithms and tools in 3D modelling and semantic scene understanding. Canberra based.
We're seeking a postdoctoral fellow in crop physiology. Conduct research and develop new techniques to contribute to ecologically-responsible cotton production in Australia. Based in Narrabri, NSW.
Space rocks! Celebrate science at home with these activities for kids all about space and the Moon. Find out what’s so special about our nearest neighbour.
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