Latest earth sciences News

Fossil captures starfish splitting itself in two – showing this has been happening for 155 million years
Geosciences, Australian minerals and Australian prosperity
Removing PFAS from public water will cost billions and take time – here are ways to filter out some harmful ‘forever chemicals’ at home
Inspiring Careers In Earth Science Forum
Territory’s Biggest Exploration event inspires Careers in Earth Science
University of Adelaide scores highly in subject rankings
Sediment discovery unlocks Australia’s hidden net-zero resource potential
‘Turned on top of itself’: deep quake data shows how tectonic plate can flip
Smithsonian Fellowships Now Open
War in Ukraine at 2 years: Destruction seen from space – via radar
3.5 billion-year-old hydrothermal vent sediments offers clues to life’s origin
WHO staff member killed in Gaza
Grants to accelerate energy and diabetes research
Ancient stories of sea: Mammung film premiere
Researchers Discover a New Species of Larger Benthic Foraminifer from the Ryukyu Islands
New Centre for Water and Spatial Science opens at UWA
Sahara space rock 4.5 billion years old upends assumptions about the early Solar System
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Earth Sciences Appointment joins ARC team
Western STEM superstar selected for National Indigenous Space Academy program and NASA internship
National funding for research projects to meet future needs
Missing Island Explains How Endemic Species on the Miyako Islands Emerged
Student enrolments in STEM on the rise, but more needs to be done to achieve equity
Bigger, wilder, more destructive: How cold fronts affected the Black Summer bushfires
Hydrogen, mining and wine projects receive funding
UQ rises in world university rankings
Antarctic tipping points: the irreversible changes to come if we fail to keep warming below 2℃
New theory on element that breathed life into planet
Decoding Darwin’s abonimable mystery: the diverse origin of flowering plants
Rottnest-inspired outdoor teaching course wins global grant
National Indigenous Space Academy takes off
QUT rock stars solve long-standing diamond conundrum
Honeycombs in desert
Bouncing seismic waves reveal distinct layer in Earth’s core
Study of Pilbara rock offers possible clues to life’s origin
The world’s oldest fossils or oily gunk? New research suggests these 3.5 billion-year-old rocks don’t contain signs of life
A year on, we know why the Tongan eruption was so violent. It’s a wake-up call to watch other submarine volcanoes
Growing ‘academic tree’
Translating research into economic outcomes
Pacific cooperation for improved science and improved safety
Where did Earth’s oxygen come from?
New laboratory to support next generation of Earth science
New laboratory to support new era of Earth sciences
Why are shallow earthquakes more destructive?
World’s oldest meal offers food for thought
Researchers shine 9 November
Leading neuroscientist Glenda Halliday named NSW Scientist of Year
Scientists use deep planetary scan to confirm Martian core
Using Carbon-Carbon Clumping to Detect Signature of Biotic Hydrocarbons