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All is revealed: the Kermadec Biodiscovery Expedition
The long-awaited volume reporting on discoveries made on the 2011 Kermadec Expedition is now hot off the press.
Linking Melanesian Art and Culture.
Same same but different – a taxonomic detective story
DNA sequences expose cryptic species of land snail on a remote Kimberley island
Surviving Australia: Lessons from land snails
Rapid morphological adaptation has helped Australian land snails thrive despite an increasingly inhospitable climate
Bird poo frogs – more species than meets the eye!
Identifying hidden frog species (that look like bird poo) using DNA
Our Global Neighbours: Javanese Shadow Puppets
Even foreigners know it as wayang kulit, literally shadow hide, puppet or shadow theatre.
The Australian Museum Research Institute gets a worm!
A team of researchers celebrates the Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) by naming a new species of calcareous tubeworm!
Deborah Smith, from UNSW's Faculty of Science, spoke to Alex Danilatos about careers in science communication.
Three tiny, green-blooded frogs sing like birds
All three species of tiny, pointy snouted, green-blooded frogs from the forests of Vietnam have unique, bird-like calls
Recovering a 'lost collection' - the Saemann minerals
Not much has been written about our oldest surviving mineral collection because for more than 150 years it’s been almost lost to sight.
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.