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What are museums for?
Two interesting reports came across my desk over the break that address this key question...
Engaging Young Adults in Museums: Reason for Research
Engaging Young Adults in Museums an audience research study aimed at discovering the reasons why young adults don't visit museums.
Who is the public? A talk by John Falk
Who is the Public? Research in Identity in Museums, a talk by John Falk, Oregon State University, 18 May 2010.
Plunging the depths of the deep ocean
Asking questions is what we do in Audience Research. We do it for lots of reasons, and all of them deepen or broaden our understanding of what we are researching. How fitting then that we recently conducted research about the deep ocean.
Guillaume Rondelet (1507-1566), the grandfather of ichthyology who dissected his own son
The story of the author of the oldest book in the Australian Museum Research Library.
Six surprising facts about the Australian Museum Research Library
Librarian Adria Castellucci lets us in on some of the Australian Museum Research Library’s best kept secrets.
Donate to the Australian Museum Foundation
The Australian Museum Foundation relies on your donation to help invest in the future of Australian Museum research, education and programs.
Australian Museum Lizard Island Research Station
The Lizard Island Research Station is a world-leading supplier of on-reef facilities for coral reef research and education. Located on the northern Great Barrier Reef, 270 km north of Cairns in Queensland, Australia.
Australian Centre for Wildlife Genomics
Our primary focus is on ecological applications such as species identification, individualisation, conservation and small population management.
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.