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AMplify: Episode 19, Steven Alderton
CEO Kim McKay in conversation with Director of Programs, Exhibitions & Cultural Collections-Steven Alderton.
Crab cornucopia, Digivols unlock a Pandora’s box, the Mel Ward dry crab collection
Contemporary technology applied to an old problem provides a rapid solution with potential to assist biodiversity studies
A threatening snapshot? The conservation status of Australian land snails
AMRI conservation assessment reveals worrying trend for Australian land snails, with several species threatened and one perhaps extinct.
Google launches natural history project with the AM
Our collections are highlighted in a world-first virtual tour presented on the new online Google Cultural Institute.
A view of Malaita from the clouds
The cloud forests at the top of Malaita Island are still, mossy and the perfect place to discover new species of mammals.
Thai flies, not “time” flies!
No flies on him, as Australian Museum scientist Dan Bickel teaches a fly course to Asian students.
DigiVol: Science Festival talks in DigiVol
Find out more about DigiVol's new initiative and citizen science talks organised during the Science Festival.
Our Global Neighbours: The Kwa-guilth pole
The journey of a Western Red Cedar pole of the Kwa-guilth people from British Colombia to the new Museums Discovery Centre in Castle Hill.
Conserving koalas: using DNA to look at the big picture
Looking at koala DNA from across the country gives us insights into their past, to help conserve them for the future.
Over 10,000 people come to AMSF2016
AMSF volunteer Clare Watson gives a wrap up of one of our most succesful years yet.