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Self-sailing drones set to explore the Southern Ocean

CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) has announced a partnership with San Francisco-based ocean technology start-up, Saildrone, to radically improve measurement and monitoring in Australian waters and the Southern Ocean.

Australian river near fracking site bursts into flames

Chinchilla - In a protest against coal seam gas leaking into South West Queensland's Condamine River, NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham headed to the river and hopped on a boat. Then he sparked a lighter a few inches above the water and the river burst into flames.

Patient receives 3D-printed titanium sternum and ribcage

Salamanca - For the first time, a patient has received a custom, 3D-printed titanium implant to replace part of his rib cage that had been invaded by cancer.

Amazing deep-sea creatures found in an enormous underwater canyon

Fremantle - A mysterious underwater canyon off of Australia's west coast has revealed its amazing biodiversity to scientists, and this canyon is so huge that it's larger than the Grand Canyon. The scientists even recovered equipment that had been lost two years ago.

Greenhouse gas data goes online for public scrutiny Special

Australia’s chief scientific organisation has released a new website that provides easy access to the levels of greenhouse gases measured in the Southern Hemisphere atmosphere for the past 35 years.

Argo Project: Ocean robots achieve full coverage of world’s oceans

This is one piece of news that you probably won’t find cluttering the headlines, where it should be. There are now 3,000 floating robots working on climate and fisheries productivity. It’s called the Argo Project.
 

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The Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station in Tasmania  Australia measures gas levels in the South...
The Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station in Tasmania, Australia measures gas levels in the Southern Hemisphere.
CSIRO
Saildrone ready for launch.
Saildrone ready for launch.
CSIRO
Research with the Saildrones will expand CSIRO’s extensive network of marine and climate monitorin...
Research with the Saildrones will expand CSIRO’s extensive network of marine and climate monitoring systems around Australia.
NOAA
The Kinglake National Park after the Black Saturday bushfires.
The Kinglake National Park after the Black Saturday bushfires.
Nick Pitsas, CSIRO

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