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Lost and found: a Rapa Nui stone tool finds its real home
Geochemical analysis of an obsidian tool mistakenly attributed to Rapa Nui challenges current views about societies in the ancient Pacific.
Five new frog species discovered in fast-disappearing forests
The forests of central Vietnam adjacent Cambodia are home to five new frog species that have hopefully been discovered in the nick of time
Translating AMRI research into conservation action
IUCN Red List assessments of several hundred Australian land snail species are currently conducted by AMRI scientists.
A Diploma for ‘Stuffed Fish’, 1883
Why is the recently discovered 1883 International Fisheries Exhibition diploma, designed by Linley Sambourne, unique?
Fossil tube microstructure helps to address evolutionary unknowns of deep-sea tubeworms
Do fossil tetragonal Mesozoic tubes belong to the ancestors of the worms living in the deep sea today?
And a worm award goes to… an AMRI student!
AMRI's Yanan Sun wins the Best Student Poster Award for her presentation on invasive calcareous tubeworms.
Another cosmopolitan species hits the dust!
We reveal that a widespread marine worm species is actually several undescribed species, each known from restricted localities.
Robyn Williams presents the 2015 Annual Australian Museum Research Institute Address
Science broadcaster Robyn Williams AM delivers address and is honoured with the 2015 Australian Museum Lifetime Achievement Award
A wooden shield from Kamay-Botany Bay gives insights into pre-European Aboriginal exchange systems
Captain James Cook and Sir Joseph Banks thought they had collected a shield made in Botany Bay...
Miner stocks continue to rise, closing out small consumers
A large-scale research collaboration has discovered why the native Noisy Miner now dominates bird communities in eastern Australia.