• Science

    School Veggie Garden

    How to support the less fortunate in our communities by growing fresh veggies for them.

  • Museullaneous

    Web 2.0 for small and volunteer museums

    I've been asked to speak at the 2010 Australian Maritime Museums Annual Conference on the topic of Web 2.0 for small and volunteer-run museums. On this page you can find my PowerPoint slides and various other relevant links.

  • Museullaneous

    ANZ Public Sector Summit 2010

    Attending this two-day conference with a bunch of government folks to discuss all tings open government, Web 2.0 and innovation. It is being co-hosted by CISCO and the Centre for Social Impact. Here’s my notes from today’s session.

  • Science

    Plastiki – A solution to waste

    One man’s environmental dream becomes a reality and he is educating the planet to consider waste as a resource. The Plastiki is history in the making!

  • Lifelong Learning

    What's in the Box - a busy beginning

    It's only February and there are already 330 Museum in a Boxes booked for 2010.  With all of the refurbishment and program planning it has been a busy beginning to the year.

  • Museullaneous

    Statement on Climate Change

    In its role as a leading scientific institution, the Australian Museum recognizes that climate change poses a serious environmental, economic and social threat to our current way of life and to the security of future generations across the globe.

  • Science

    Wave Energy Conversion

    Renewable energy has to be part of the solution in combating climate change and wave energy conversion is a fantastic technology using waves to produce clean electricity.

  • At The Museum

    Choosing our exhibtions

    We've recently had an enquiry about how we go about choosing the temporary exhibitions that we show here. As you can imagine, there are lots of factors take into consideration when selecting them. Here are a few of them.

  • Science

    Royal visitor examines Australian Museum collections

    During his recent visit to Sydney His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales examined specimens from the Australian Museum collection aboard RV Southern Surveyor.

  • Science

    Sustainable living isn’t a sacrifice

    Living a sustainable lifestyle is not about what you are giving up but what you gain.

  • Science

    Who will be the most affected by Climate Change?

    Children in developing countries already have a tough time but their lives will become even tougher because of climate change.

  • At The Museum

    Follow a museum!

    So today is 'Follow a Museum day' on twitter...