Housing Design across Australia needs to take account of the local climate and be based on sustainable features for that climate. Cairns Architect Roger Mainwood and Lisa Law from […]
Listen to an interview with Murray Logan who spent many nights on Magnetic Island in north Queensland finding koalas to help with research on their habitat use and home ranges. […]
Fertiliser runoff from agriculture can adversely affect waterways as well as the beleaguered Great Barrier Reef. Soil scientist Dr Paul Nelson talks with Baromter’s Kate Osborne on how to optimise […]
Professor Helene Marsh from James Cook University has been studying marine megafauna like dugongs and turtles in northern Australia for decades. She says our ability to conserve mobile animals relies […]
Smart Cities are the way of the future, but like all new things, there are traps along the way to be avoided. Barometer’s Kate Osborne speaks with Professor Marcus Foth […]
Professor Colin Simpfendorfer from James Cook University
spoke with Kate Osborne about his research on bright spots for sharks globally.
Image: Colin Simpfendorfer
A light hearted look at the good and bad of the USA and what might be in store for Australia published on Instagram during a road trip in February, 2017.
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Kate has published in Australasian Science on a diversity of topics including endocrine disruption, coal seam gas and fire management. (Australasian Science articles are subscription only – to access Australasian […]
Medicinal honey is in high demand across the world, and the species of tea-tree to produce it is also an excellent regeneration plant. Barometer’s Kate Osborne speaks with honey chemist […]