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Welcome

Welcome to Exhibit A: inside our exhibitions.

By: Michael Harvey , Category: At The Museum, Date: 13 Jul 2009

Imaginative Science Communication

A very clever way of conveying the day-to-day process of scientific collecting...

By: Michael Harvey , Category: At The Museum, Date: 13 Jul 2009

My interest in climate change and the environment.

Why climate change is important to me, what it is, the causes and what kids can do.

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 13 Jul 2009

Skeletons Revamp

You may have noticed that our skeletons gallery has been closed for renovation recently. Here are some spectacular photos from the revamp. 

By: Michael Harvey , Category: At The Museum, Date: 07 Jul 2009

What will visitors do about climate change?

Visitors have made pledges on what they'll do about climate change.

By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: At The Museum, Date: 07 Jul 2009

Climate Change and Museums

What audience research has the Museum conducted done on the topic of climate change? This post outlines our initial studies conducted 2006-2007.

By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 02 Jul 2009

Introducing Parrys Raines

My name is Parrys Raines and I am 14 years old. I am currently the Youth Ambassador for World Wide Fund for Nature.

By: Brooke Carson-Ewart, Category: Science, Date: 29 Jun 2009

Teachers' College 12 June 2009

On Friday 12 June, 32 teachers and 12 Museum staff came together to talk about how we can provide inspiring learning experiences for students using the rich resources of the Museum.

By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 18 Jun 2009

Eel biodiversity region discovered

Analysis of specimens collected from the North West Coral Sea has revealed that the area is teeming with an array of marine eel species, some of which are new to science.

By: Rebecca Hancock, Category: Science, Date: 17 Jun 2009

157 years of Australian Museum science at your fingertips

Researchers around the world will soon have full online access to 157 years of scientific knowledge published in the Records of the Australian Museum.

By: Rebecca Hancock, Category: Science, Date: 17 Jun 2009