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A Survey of our Surveyors (Timor-Leste Expedition)
After ten posts, you probably know what I thought of the trip ('twas great!), but what did our scientists make of their time in Timor?
20 September: A Tour To Atauro (Timor-Leste Expedition)
In which our intrepid marine scientists spend the day due north, diving at Atauro Island, while our blogger takes photos and makes notes.
19 September: The Rote Boat (Timor-Leste-Expedition)
With their equipment finally arriving this morning, the marine scientists were able to have their first dive.
17 September: Two Out Of Three Aint Bad (Timor-Leste Expedition)
Arrive in Dili? Check. Pick up the ethanol? Check. Collect freight? Not yet. What do scientists do when they can't do what they usually do?
16 September: A Day in Darwin (Timor-Leste Expedition)
The marine stage of the Museum's expedition to Timor-Leste has begun, with the team arriving safely in Darwin.
15 September: Why Is An Arts Grad Going On A Scientific Survey? (Timor-Leste Expedition)
With the terrestrial trip completed, the Museum is about to embark on the marine stage of its expedition to Timor-Leste.
This year, DigiVol has been digitising the Malacology Collection which is one of the largest Collections in the Australian Museum. Read Dr Mandy Reid's account of her experience with the project.
A Grasshopper Leaps Out From the Pages of History
When Technical Officer Jacquie Resci asked Research Associate Jean Weiner to relocate the foreign grasshoppers inside the Museum's Entomology Collection, she didn't expect him to find an unusual specimen with a very unusual history. Jacquie explains...
Our Foundation Food for Thought gala dinner was a huge success, raising nearly $70,000 to support our research into wildlife genetics.
DigiVol - Mel Ward's Crustaceans
Come crabbing with us on an expedition through Fiji, Hawaii, Cuba and the Atlantic coast of the USA…. all from the comfort of your couch!