Latest blog entries

The Tammar Wallaby, one species or two?

Despite being one of the most intensively studied marsupials, recent genetic studies of the Tammar Wallaby has revealed some surprises.

By: Dr Mark Eldridge, Category: AMRI, Date: 28 Mar 2017

Balinese Impressions: Paintings and Artists in Ceremony

Art, Agriculture and Fertility in Bali.

By: Dr Stan Florek, Category: Science, Date: 27 Mar 2017

Landing on Balls Pyramid

Extreme citizen science at its best — the Australian Museum Expedition team has succesfully landed on Balls Pyramid. 

By: Paul Flemons, Category: Science, Date: 24 Mar 2017

Having the INTERN-al perspective

Being thrown into the wonderful world of wildlife genomics has never been more eye-opening and exciting!

By: Aaron Parker, Isabella Contador-Kelsall, Mandy Wong, Category: AMRI, Date: 22 Mar 2017

New life for an old volcano

An interesting story of volcanic activity can be found right under our feet here in Sydney!

By: Ross Pogson, Category: AMRI, Date: 22 Mar 2017

Climbing Balls Pyramid

A seasoned climber's reflections on scaling the world's tallest volcanic stack. 

By: Keith Bell, Category: Science, Date: 20 Mar 2017


This page aggregates content created about and by scientists on expedition on Lord Howe Island.

By: Madelaine Love, Category: Science, Date: 20 Mar 2017

Tackling brain disorders – Q and A with 2016 Eureka Prizes winner Dr Michael Bowen

 We spoke to Dr Michael Bowen, one of Australia’s leading early career researchers

By: Cara Bevington, Category: Science, Date: 17 Mar 2017

New “Stone” frog discovered from Vietnam

A new gargoyle-like frog emerges from the limestone rocks of northern Vietnam.

By: Dr Jodi Rowley, Tim Cutajar, Category: AMRI, Date: 17 Mar 2017

Digging for whale bones

Australian Museum scientists are in the process of excavating three complete whale skeletons from Lord Howe Island.

By: Madelaine Love, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 16 Mar 2017