Access to science research and collectionsat Museum Victoria
Our scientists research rocks and minerals either from the existing collections or obtained during fieldwork.
Our Terrestrial Enviroments staff work on the taxonomy, systematics, genetics and ecology of animals that live on land and in freshwater.
Our Marine Sciences staff, students and volunteers research into the animals of Australian waters and beyond.
Our scientists conduct research in both invertebrate palaeontology and vertebrate palaeontology.
This guide introduces naturalists, divers and biologists to sponge species commo...
Museum Victoria Science Reports publishes papers in the natural sciences that ha...
Memoirs publishes papers on original research in the natural sciences pertinent ...
The Story of a Rare Partnership between Men and Killer Whales. Written by Daniel...
Research Associate, Geosciences
Senior Curator, Vertebrate Palaeontology
Senior Collections Manager, Vertebrate Zoology
Collection Manager, Entomology & Arachnology
A school holiday program 120 million years in the making.
Throwing gametes to the wind. Or tides.
Fish-eye footage for Deep Oceans.
First sighting of this little beetle in 74 years.
Blooms, birds and big fish at the museum.
Collecting the skeleton of a washed-up whale.
How did life on Earth come to be the way it is and what happened in our part of ...
Walk amongst skeletons of amazing animals from the past.
Explore the workings of the mind by entering a world of emotions, thoughts, memo...
Stowaway on a mission to explore the Solar System.
Explore the science behind the carnival.
Hi Nonzz, spiders, like all living things need food and shelter. As we said to a question earlier this year, huntsmans are territorial to some degree in that th...
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