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Using Beacons at the Museum - Stage Three Update
For stage three of the museum beacon strategy we have developed an application with beacon interactions at the core.
Switched on Kids Shed Light on Science
Our April school holiday programs saw budding scientists getting their hands dirty and exploring the mysteries of light.
Discovering Australian bristle worms
Old and new species discovered during the first ever survey of a mysterious family of bristle worms in Australian waters
A coral-reef fish with large, fast, conspicuous larvae and small, cryptic adults
In most coral reef fishes, larvae are tiny and transparent, and adults large and boldly coloured – but in one species, the opposite is true.
Utilising external educational resources- Lifelong Learning
Our annual Science Festival aims to excite the next generation about science and expose the students to what the museum has to offer.
A new technique developed at the Australian Museum allows us to make better use of historical insect collections for DNA barcoding.
DigiVol: Where in the World Is DigiVol?
Find out more about what inspired DigiVol volunteers at the Australian Museum to become DigiVollys.
Our Global Neighbours: Polynesian Brothers and Sisters
Your friend is an ocean away an incredible Polynesian estate.
Eating crickets, knitting neurons and cuddling a dinosaur can mean only one thing: the launch of the Australian Museum Science Festival.
Ancient Trade Ignores Modern Political Boundaries
Obsidian artefacts reveal social relations between Russia and China about 20,000 years ago.