Latest Antarctica News

Things that go buzz in the night – our global study found there really are more insects out after dark
Climate change is wiping out rare bacteria in a ‘greening’ Antarctica
Modern Mapping At Mawson 17 April 2024
Antarctica New Zealand Board appointments
Maritime Strategy Perspectives
Conversations set out to explore Creative Antarctica
City Of Hobart Welcomes All Clark Representatives
The limits of ice: what a 19th century expedition trapped in sea ice for a year tells us about Antarctica’s future
Heat from El Niño can warm oceans off West Antarctica – and melt floating ice shelves from below
Antarctica’s sea ice hit another low this year – understanding how ocean warming is driving the loss is key
A person in Texas caught bird flu after mixing with dairy cattle. Should we be worried?
Antarctic science and art meet for Tasmanian premiere of groundbreaking opera
Why artificial submarine curtains won’t save West Antarctica’s retreating glaciers
Seismic rumbles send Macquarie Island expeditioners up the hill 2 April 2024
Sex, birth and whalesong: life on the humpback highway
Crossing the Ditch for Climate Action Now: Lisa Blair World Record Attempt starts Monday, April 1
These extraordinary Australian islands are teeming with life – and we must protect them before it’s too late
Eminent scientist appointed Chair of Australian Antarctic Science Council
Next generation inspired by Australia’s first female reserve astronaut
‘How long before climate change will destroy the Earth?’: research reveals what Australian kids want to know about our warming world
Will the AUKUS deal survive in the event of a Trump presidency? All signs point to yes
Astronaut-in-waiting To Outline Future Plans For Space
When Australia’s first Environment Ambassador helped save Antarctica from mining
Marine zooplankton bring global meeting to Hobart
Seabird, seal monitoring crucial as Avian Influenza reaches Antarctica 14 March 2024
NASA’s search for life on Mars: a rocky road for its rovers, a long slog for scientists – and back on Earth,…
A brief guide to birdwatching in the age of dinosaurs
Titanosaurs were the biggest land animals Earth’s ever seen − these plant-powered dinos combined reptile and mammal traits
Antarctica’s coasts are becoming less icy
Ever heard of the Maritime Continent? It’s not far from Australia – and channels heat around the world
Lows And Lows Of Antarctic Sea Ice 5 March 2024
Why do bees have queens? 2 biologists explain this insect’s social structure – and why some bees don’t have a queen at all
CSIRO research vessel shines with pride as staff march in Sydney Mardi Gras parade
Ice Shell Thickness Reveals Water Temp On Ocean Worlds
Grattan on Friday: The voters of Dunkley have government and opposition in a guessing game
Nuyina joins Southern Ocean plankton survey 29 February 2024
80 mph speed record for glacier fracture helps reveal the physics of ice sheet collapse
New Inquiry Into Antarctica
Antarctica provides at least $276 billion a year in economic benefits to the world, new research finds
Good things don’t come in threes for Antarctic sea ice
City of Hobart’s strategic advocacy in 2024 State Election
Appointments to Antarctica New Zealand Board
AAD calls for public comment on draft Initial Environmental Evaluation: All Stations Operations Activities 20 February 2024
Antarctic sea ice in crisis 14 February 2024
Nuyina’s Mawson voyage to make history 13 February 2024
Lizards, elephants and hanging with Hermione: Jess’s journey from UniSC to Oxford
Studying elephants and hanging with Hermione: how looking at lizards led Jess to a PhD at Oxford
Ice ages were not as dry as we thought, according to surprising new Australian cave study