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Wave Energy Technology: Greek sea goddess CETO to the rescue
Named after a Greek sea goddess, CETO is a wave energy technology that converts ocean swells into zero-emission electricity and zero-emission desalinated freshwater.
Disentangling a taxonomic nightmare?
Maybe my title is over the top, but identifying some pretty blue beetles proved quite a challenge.
Law and the illegal wildlife trade in China
A small but important change in Chinese law would help end the trade in Ivory.
Passing on the key – making freshwater mollusc identification easier in Australia
We're working on enabling everyone to identify the rich freshwater mollusc fauna of Australia.
DigiVol: Supporting scientific research at the Australian Museum
DigiVol volunteers help to advance science by digitising collections in preparation for study by researchers.
All credit to Krefft: Gerard Krefft’s invisible new species of dunnart
150 years later, we set a naming record straight!
Food Culture: Reflections on Rice
One of the major staples of humanity.
Australia Day and the war canoe
The first national Australia Day was held 100 years ago and involved, among other things, a war canoe from the Solomon Islands.
Streamwatch - 2014 in review
To recognise the amazing achievements of our Streamwatch volunteers we ran two end of year events.
A frog that gives birth to tadpoles!
Unique in the frog world, a newly described frog from Indonesia lays tadpoles instead of eggs.