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Posted on 29th October 2019 At the PULiiMA 2019 Indigenous Languages & Technology Conference in Darwin in September, Senior Knowledge holders from the Kamilaroi community, Bernadette Duncan and Rhonda Ashby, together with the ALA’s Nat Raisbeck-Brown, demonstrated how Indigenous language names can be presented in the ALA...
Posted on 9th February 2022 #February11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a UN day declared in 2015 to empower, celebrate and champion women and girls in scientific disciplines. Despite the growth of women and gender-diverse people in STEM in recent years, a significant gender gap still remains...
Support article: Wind, wind-farms, birds and bats
Insights and predictions from the Atlas of Living Australia Authors: Eric Woehler and Lee Belbin Dr Eric Woehler Lee Belbin Wind is a significant and growing alternative energy source for Australia and other countries, with areas in southern Australia identified as suitable sites for wind farms...
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