Fenner in the News - What dwindling bee population means for our food supply (News Corp) »

Without bees, dinners could look very different and cost a lot more than they do today. Professor Saul Cunningham talks to to News Corp about the importance of bees to our agriculture systems.

Fenner in the News - 'Insurance' population of locally extinct mouse to be housed at Tidbinbilla (Canberra Times) »

Long extinct in the wild in the ACT, the New Holland mouse might be set to make a comeback, with plans for an "insurance" population at Canberra's Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.

AMOS Student Presentation and Pizza Night

Open to all students with an interest in weather, climate and oceanography areas with presentations and networking.

Public Seminar - Forests and water - advances and controversies

Reliable water is essential to our lives and livelihoods, but more than half the world’s population suffer from water scarcity. new research suggests that forests and trees play a much greater role in maintaining global rainfall patterns than was previously realized. Could this mean a whole new value for forests?