World-renowned naturalist. Living legend. Global treasure. How do you honour a man whose influence is so incomparable?
07 Feb 2017
Executive Director and CEO Kim McKay in conversation with Sheldon Teare, Objects Conservator at the Australian Museum (AM).
Today world-renowned naturalist and global treasure Sir David Attenborough paid a visit to the Australian Museum.
Sisters Helena and Harriet Scott documented the butterflies and botany of NSW in exquisite detail, but their path was not without struggle.
At The Museum, Date:
06 Feb 2017
Forensic scientists at the Australian Museum use our DNA library to help authorities’ crackdown on the illegal wildlife trade globally.
31 Jan 2017
My week of work experience with the Australian Museum has taught me that there is more to the Museum than meets the eye!
Lifelong Learning, Date:
30 Jan 2017
Egyptian artefact or plaster-covered tin can? AM's Materials Conservation team uncovers an elaborate fake.
17 Jan 2017
My search for a tiny frog that hasn’t been seen for more than 40 years has commenced
23 Dec 2016
Moving a giant whale skeleton is serious business at the AM. AM’s Natural Sciences Conservator Sheldon Teare fills us in on what it takes.
23 Dec 2016
Discovering the little known story of the historic gem, the Former National School Building.
22 Dec 2016
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NSW 2010 Australia