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A new name and a new direction for our scientific research
A wonderful speech by Professor Merlin Crossley capped off the official launch of the Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) last week.
Ancient Trade Ignores Modern Political Boundaries
Obsidian artefacts reveal social relations between Russia and China about 20,000 years ago.
A network of people and places for the study of genetic diversity
Many research sites now provide ongoing observations on genetic diversity, but how can researchers around the world share this information?
Learning molecular techniques to help combat the illegal wildlife trade
To help combat the illegal wildlife trade in China, I've travelled to Australia to learn new molecular techniques.
A rare glimpse into the private life of a poorly-known frog
The breeding behaviour of a fat, narrow-mouthed frog is captured for the first time.
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?