Solar-powered homes with battery storage can save households money with a new system that decides when to store or draw energy from the solar panels, the battery and the grid.
New understanding about the behaviour of ‘firebrands’ from ribbon bark eucalypts suggests a change in thinking may be needed to fight fires in extreme conditions.
Our newest laboratory will help develop and test innovative ways to plan and build Australia’s future cities.
The interesting science behind safely reinjecting the water produced when coal seam gas (CSG) is extracted, hundreds of metres underground.
The devastating bushfire that tore through Wye River in 2015 has shown us that resilience to bushfires is about more than just building regulations.
To obtain good scientific data about the Antarctic ice sheet and the impact of warming waters you need a ship that can stand those remote, wild and unforgiving waters.
Historical data on bushfire losses reveals sobering insight about the human response to catastrophic bushfire conditions, and why our current approach is set to fail.
Managing savannas by burning has been good for limiting greenhouse gas emissions. Research now shows they’re storing more carbon than previously thought.