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AAE Citizen Scientist Kerry Tozer deploying an Expendable Conductivity Temperature and Depth (XCTD) Probe in a crack in the sea ice formed across Commonwealth Bay
9 November 2016

Commonwealth Bay in the East Antarctic will be forever associated with Sir Douglas Mawson’s pioneering scientific venture a century ago: the...

IceLabPic
9 November 2016

The Southern Ocean is changing, but understanding why is critical for projecting the impacts of future climate change.  Working deep in Antarctica a team from UNSW PANGEA are pioneering new approaches to reconstructing Southern Ocean dynamics...

Mike-Archer
26 October 2016

Fresh from his recent induction as a Bragg member to the Royal Institute of Australia, PANGEA's Professor Michael Archer AM has taken out the NSW Premiers Prize for Excellence in Biological Sciences (Ecology, environmental, agricultural,...

Mike-Archer-photo-by-Dan-White
4 October 2016

PANGEA's own Professor Michael Archer AM has been formally inducted as a Bragg Member to the Royal Institute of Australia, in recognition of excellence in scientific achievement and commitment to science communication.

A mock grave for Lucy at the University of California Museum of Paleontology in Berkeley. Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA
28 September 2016

A ground breaking new study of the bones of a 3.2 million year old human ancestor (‘Lucy’) has revealed that she died from the crushing impact of a fall from high in the trees.

PostGradResearch
15 September 2016

PANGEA is currently looking for talented higher degree research candidates. Are you interested in furthering your studies by undertaking a PhD or Masters By Research? If so please contact us.

hobbit-skull
10 June 2016

It’s been a big year for the early human species Homo floresiensis - aka ‘the Hobbit’ - and the scientists who found it.

1024px-Hadazbe_returning_from_hunt
26 May 2016

Australians have become oddly obsessed with our ancestry. Something in our collective psyche as a nation seems to be turning a healthy curiosity about the past into a deep yearning to belong.

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13 May 2016

For the first couple of centuries of European occupation of Australia the history of its Indigenous people, as written by white fellas, drew heavily on adjectives like ‘primitive’.

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