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By Author: Isabelle Kingsley

Streamwatch comes to the Australian Museum

Sydney Water’s Streamwatch program is moving to the Australian Museum.

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 23 Oct 2012

Science Unleashed - The Museum goes to Narrabri

After a long drive through winding country roads in a Museum car filled to the brim with science ‘goodies’, we arrived in Narrabri tired but excited to put on the Australian Museum’s Science Unleashed festival.
 

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 23 Oct 2012

Museum2you wins award!

Museum2you is the proud winner of the Museums & Galleries National Award 2012 for best Temporary Exhibition.
 

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 27 Sep 2012

Museum2you on the road

Museum2you programs and events across NSW are paving the way to a healthier planet.

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 28 Aug 2012

Climate Change: The multifaceted phenomenon

The changes in the natural environment are coupled with significant social, economic and political changes.

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 19 Jul 2012

Celebrating Museum2you's official launch

Museum2you officially launched last Tuesday, May 22. We celebrated the event with a morning tea to thank everyone who contributed.

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 29 May 2012

Fowl Play: Raising chickens a human right or health risk?

Is raising chooks a basic human right or a potential health and sanitation risk? Should raising chickens in cities be permitted or not?

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 29 May 2012

Introduced Species: Friend or foe?

The introduction of plant and animal species around the world has lead to the destabilisation and even collapse of some ecosystems. But are all the effects of introduced species negative?

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 02 May 2012

Alight at night: Why office buildings keep their lights on at night

  In a day and age when saving energy is of high importance, there must be a valuable explanation for why office buildings keep their lights on at night.

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 16 Feb 2012

Liquid gold: save urine, save the planet?

Ancient cultures, from Greece to Asia, have used urine as a fertiliser to provide nutrients to their crops. Is recycling our urine a radical solution to global food security and saving our waterways?

By: Isabelle Kingsley, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 01 Feb 2012