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By Dr. Liz O’Brien our research development manager, provides advice on how to build lasting relationships with research funders
The 2017 finalists describe their work
Sarah Laborde is off to Chile next week. She will first visit colleagues at the University of Concepcion, where she will give a talk in the Department of Geography on her current collaboration with Sue Jackson, river ecologists and Traditional Owners of the Fitzroy River around the cultural dimensions of river flows. She will then be in […]
Nadine explains what it means to manage the Australian Rivers Institute
We are proud that many of our members will be presenting at the World Science Festival in Brisbane 22-26 March. To help you find your way, we have prepared a few blogs about our World Science Festival events. Our focus will be on all things water. Professor Stuart Bunn will be participating in a discussion […]
We welcome a new post-doctoral researcher joining us from the USA
We asked some of our researchers and students about publications in 2016 they thought were groundbreaking, influential or just really interesting. Here is what they thought.
Indigenous peoples experience many forms of water injustice and are finding new ways of asserting their water rights in water governance, explains Dr Sue Jackson
Working towards gender equity in science requires supporting equal opportunities for men and women to participate not only in work, but also in life at home. This fathers day we wanted to recognise that many of our best scientists are Dads too. Here we share a few stories about how some our colleagues draw inspiration […]