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Environmental DNA improves the monitoring of coastal wetlands of international importance in South America
Joey Di Battista travelled to Chile to help colleagues determine traces of vertebrate eDNA for ongoing monitoring of invasive species.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Tony Birch
Listen to Aboriginal poet and novelist Tony Birch as he explores how First Nations ecological knowledge could help mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Podcast – Lunchtime Conversation Series: Kim McKay
Australian Museum Director and CEO Kim McKay AO has led the transformation of the nation’s first museum into one of the world's pre-eminent natural history and cultural institutions. Hear her in conversation and Q&A with Tracey Holmes
The year was 1994, Nelson Mandela was elected President of South Africa, Paul Keating was Australian Prime Minister and a remarkable association began in the Australian Museum Marine Invertebrates section.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Andrea Gaynor
Hold the past to account with Andrea Gaynor, University of Western Australia as she proposes `radical remembering’ to actively confront the challenges of the Anthropocene.
Live at the AM: HumanNature Series 2019 - Katherine Gibson and Juan Francisco Salazar
Lessons on resilience from a bamboo bridge Katherine Gibson and Juan Francisco Salazar (Western Sydney University) explore life within the rhythms of nature in resilient community economies.
Live at the AM: HumanNature Series 2019 - Mark Carey
The culture and politics of ice. University of Oregon’s Mark Carey explores the fundamental role of glacial ice in global economics and politics, and within imaginative, historical and colonial narratives.
Podcast - Lunchtime Conversation Series: Glenn Murcutt (with Sandra Sully)
Acclaimed Australian Architect Glenn Murcutt discusses his life and work with Journalist and Broadcaster Sandra Sully.
Bushfires and our changed country
The Australian Museum, through its research and engagement with Australia’s people and biodiversity, will be continuing to deepen understandings of how best to respond to the challenges of living with climate crisis.
FrogID citizen scientists are putting frogs on the map
From suburban Sydney to the most remote parts of the country, FrogID citizen scientists are helping to better understand Aussie frogs.