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Australian Museum officially reopens to the public
Australian Museum officially reopens to the public with free general admission from Saturday 28 November 2020.
Brian Hartzer appointed chairman of Australian Museum Foundation
Brian Hartzer appointed chairman of Australian Museum Foundation and also as a trustee to AM Trust.
Summer Nights at the Transformed Australian Museum
Enjoy extended hours at the Museum every Thursday evening in January, February and March.
Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Game of Thrones wolves
International team of researchers includes Australian Museum Chief Scientist, Professor Kristofer Helgen.
Former Australian Museum teacher leaves significant bequest for education
Patricia McDonald, Australian Museum education pioneer, provides lasting legacy.
Australian Museum appoints Laura McBride as Director, First Nations
Today on International Women’s Day 2021, the Australian Museum (AM) has announced the appointment of Laura McBride as Director, First Nations, a new role for the Museum on the AM’s executive leadership team.
New evidence in search for the mysterious Denisovans
An international group of researchers led by the University of Adelaide has conducted a comprehensive genetic analysis and found no evidence of interbreeding between modern humans and the ancient humans known from fossil records in Island Southeast Asia.
Australian Museum scientist leads new discovery of surprisingly large brains in fossil whales
Museum collections shed light on whale brain evolution.
Australian Museum to present Unsettled, a groundbreaking First Nations exhibition
Exhibition informed by extensive community consultation opens FREE to the public.
Two new species of gigantic woolly flying squirrels discovered in the Himalayas
International team led by Australian scientists Professor Kristofer Helgen and Dr Stephen Jackson and Chinese scientists Professor Xue-Long Jiang and Dr Quan Li.