Category: Science

Sydney's Pygmy Pipehorses mating

In a world-first, two divers have filmed Sydney's Pygmy Pipehorse mating.

By: Mark McGrouther, Category: Science, Date: 27 Mar 2014

Australian worms hitch a ride to Europe

A new Australian visitor is not likely to be welcome in the Netherlands

By: Dr Pat Hutchings, Dr Maria Capa, Category: Science, Date: 27 Mar 2014

Tadpoles in the snow

Professor Ronn Altig visited the Museum to describe tadpole specimens collected by Dr Jodi Rowley in Vietnam.

By: Brendan Atkins, Category: Science, Date: 27 Mar 2014

Collections matter!

Museum natural history collections can help answer many questions, but how do we ensure they continue to be relevant?

By: Dr Brian Lassig , Category: Science, Date: 26 Mar 2014

What happens when coral dies?

Coral bleaching isn’t just about the colour of the coral - it can have very dramatic impacts on the reef.

By: Dr Pat Hutchings, Category: Science, Date: 25 Mar 2014

Beetles in print

Two new books provide the keys to help scientists unlock Australia’s most diverse group of organisms: the beetles.

By: Dr Chris Reid, Category: Science, Date: 24 Mar 2014

Australian Museum Research Institute Collections and Climate Change Seminar

Our first Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) seminar: "What can museum collections reveal about climate change?".

By: Maxine Kauter, Category: Science, Date: 21 Mar 2014

Food Culture: Killing in Murderers Bay

The brilliant career of the South American sweet potato in Oceania.

By: Dr Stan Florek, Category: Science, Date: 21 Mar 2014

Diving for Worms

On Tuesday 18 March 2014, five Australian Museum divers took the plunge at Inscription Point in Botany Bay.

By: Mark McGrouther, Category: Science, Date: 20 Mar 2014

Pacific Youth Reconnection Project Wins Crime and Violence Prevention Merit Award

It’s not every day that the Australian Museum is recognized as an institution working towards crime prevention in NSW.

By: Ms Thelma Thomas, Category: Science, Date: 19 Mar 2014