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CSIRO grant helps blend Aboriginal traditions with agricultural innovation
In a fusion of Indigenous wisdom and cutting-edge technology, Darryl Lyons...
Zak Kirkup 1 Mar 2024
Unis need new angle for attracting Indigenous engineers
The work of Aboriginal engineers has survived thousands of years but universitie...
Rudi Maxwell 21 Feb 2024
Data science shown to expedite return of ancestral Indigenous remains
The return of the ancestral human remains of Australian and other Indigenous peo...
Giovanni Torre 16 Feb 2024
Deadly Science opening doors for Indigenous scientists of the future
Deadly Science is one of 14 national finalists and one of five in NSW in the Ind...
Dianne Bortoletto 2 Nov 2023
School students learn to make soap with native ingredients
Merck technology has helped create soap made using ingredients from Country.  T...
Rhiannon Clarke 5 Aug 2023
Bradley Moggridge makes Cosmos Magazine’s 'Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Changing the World'

Associate Professor Bradley Moggridge, a proud Murri from the Kamilaroi nation,...

Jess Whaler Jul 21, 2023
Indigenous know-how solves scientific mystery of polka-dot fairy circles in Australian deserts

Indigenous know-how has helped solve the scientific mystery of how polka-dot fai...

Aaron Bunch (AAP) Apr 4, 2023
How Indigenous understandings of ecosystems could help preserve freshwater mussels

They are normally eaten with a side of fries, cooked in chilli, or with some spa...

Emma Ruben Mar 1, 2023
Indigenous scientists honoured for outstanding research

Scientists Michelle Hobbs and Stephanie Beaupark have been recognised for their...

Emma Ruben Feb 9, 2023
ARC training centre on Noongar Country to Heal Country and create employment opportunities

The new ARC Training Centre, launched in October by Indigenous scientists on Noo...

Emma Ruben Nov 11, 2022
Meet the First Nations gamers making waves on Twitch

First Nations gamers have begun to make waves in the gaming world, with more and...

Emma Ruben Nov 9, 2022
Dja Dja Wurrung clans lay out ground rules for renewable energy sector operating on Djandak

Victoria's Dja Dja Wurrung people have launched a foray into renewable energy, s...

Giovanni Torre Sep 29, 2022
Indigenous knowledge bringing endangered djungarr home to Far North Queensland

Artificial dens are being built for the djungarr (northern quoll) in Far North Q...

Emma Ruben Sep 28, 2022
Remote Wajarri students participate in two-way learning program about Earth's oldest rocks

Indigenous students from Pia Wadjarri Remote Community School have had the chanc...

Emma Ruben Sep 26, 2022
This 'Star Trek phaser' plays a core role in understanding impacts of emissions on Murujuga's rock art

A police speed radar, season one Star Trek phaser, laser tag blaster - Ben Mulli...

Tom Zaunmayr Aug 21, 2022
Rundown by cattle, erosion and sediment, Pilbara Aboriginal corporations team up to restore critical wetlands

Two Aboriginal corporations in Western Australia's Pilbara region have taken a d...

Jarred Cross Jul 22, 2022
Rare warru returning to outback Australia with help of Indigenous rangers

Considered one of South Australia's most endangered mammal species, the APY Warr...

Emma Ruben Jul 8, 2022
'We proved sceptics wrong': First Nations businesses hailed for NT space launch role

The Northern Land Council has hailed the involvement of Traditional Owners in th...

Giovanni Torre Jul 4, 2022
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