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NCRIS infrastructure and data are being used to develop new tools to model and predict the occurrence of dust storms to better manage their risks.

NCI would like to congratulate long-time user and artist Dr Erica Seccombe for winning the 2018 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize.

Here are five of the ways in which TERN’s ecosystem observation data are being used to ensure the accuracy of some of the nation and planet’s most important environmental prediction tools.

The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) will lead a major new NCRIS-supported research infrastructure project to allow Australian researchers and policy makers to analyse the next generation of internatio...

There’s already been one revolution in navigation in the last few decades, with the change from printed maps to satellite navigation. Now AuScope and Geoscience Australia will further transform the way we positio...

A new satellite monitoring system to predict & mitigate the impacts of bushfires in Australia

Nectar Virtual Laboratories (VLs), which provide digital interfaces, tools and data to online research communities, are generating a return on investment of up to 138 times their cost, according to a new report b...

Contributions from NCRIS Characterisation Facilities

NCRIS characterisations infrastructure (AMMRF, ANSTO/Synchrotron and NIF) is enabling studies that address the basic biology, development and delivery of new dr...

Many NCRIS capabilities provide access to unique research data to those who need it - either through online portals or directly to researchers in their domain. Sometimes that data is used for further research, ot...

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