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  • Record crowds for NASA - A Human Adventure

    10 October 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Media release outlining record attendances at Queensland Museum's travelling exhibition NASA - A Human Adventure
  • Time for NASA - A Human Adventure exhibition to take off

    19 September 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Time for NASA - A Human Adventure exhibition to take off
  • History brought to life in new augmented reality app

    22 August 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Queensland Museum’s latest augmented reality app, Anzac Correspondent, developed by Romeo Creative, is an extension of Queensland Museum’sAnzac Legacy Gallery and is tied to the Year 9 Curriculum.
  • Join the crusade to save marine turtles with art!

    01 August 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Queensland students are invited to apply to be part of the 2020 Hatchery Crusaders, as part of World Science Festival Brisbane.
    The competition, part of Queensland Museum and World Science Festival Brisbane’s educational program, aims to raise awareness about the plight of marine turtles and the impact plastic pollution has on their environment.
  • Museum set to party like 1969 for Moon landing

    11 July 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Party like it's 1969 with a range of activities at Queensland Museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing as part of NASA - A Human Adventure
  • Jotus fortiniae  image by Robert Whyte Stunning new spiders jump into the hearts of scientists

    02 July 2019 - Queensland Museum

    They are the colourful and stunning spiders that are changing the reputation of arachnids around the world, but little is known about jumping spiders; something Queensland Museum scientists are working to change, with the discovery of five new species.
  • New species of skink found in remote North Queensland

    12 June 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Queensland Museum scientists have described three new species of skink (lerista), Lerista anyara, Lerista alia and Lerista parameles, all found in North Queensland.
  • A parachuting frog, Litoria pterodactyla Remarkable frog discoveries have scientists hopping

    07 June 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Remarkable frog discoveries have scientists hopping
  • Nominate a STEM Star for Queensland Museum Medal

    17 May 2019 - Queensland Museum

    From dinosaur explorers to a crocodile hunter, biodiversity leaders and naturalists and most recently, Queensland’s very own spiderman – this is your chance to join the ranks of the select few who have been honoured with a Queensland Museum Medal, with nominations for the awards now open.
  • World Science Festival Brisbane 2019 infographic Record crowds attend the fourth World Science Festival Brisbane

    03 May 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Record crowds attend the fourth World Science Festival Brisbane
  • New species of trapdoor spider with ‘turrific’ burrows discovered in Queensland

    05 April 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Four new species of trapdoor spider, known for their unique burrow entrances, have been discovered by scientists from Queensland Museum and Griffith University.
  • NASA – A Human Adventure ready to blast off

    14 March 2019 - Queensland Museum

    The doors will open on Queensland Museum’s largest ever exhibition tomorrow when NASA – A Human Adventure takes off.
  • New-look Discovery Centre opens at Queensland Museum

    08 March 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Get set to brush up on your zoology, history and geography and get up close to cultural artefacts, taxidermied animals and fossils; because young explorers and inquisitive adults can satisfy their curiosity once more when Queensland Museum’s new-look Discovery Centre re-opens on Saturday, 9 March.
  • World Science Festival Brisbane 2019 kicks off with Martians, forensic science, particle waves and more

    31 January 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Advancing Medical Science; Life on Earth and beyond; The Story of Space, the coolest jobs in science, the world of wearable tech and celebrating women in science are just some of the events on offer announced today as part of the fourth World Science Festival Brisbane from 20 -24 March 2019.
  • NASA – A Human Adventure to land at Queensland Museum in March

    04 January 2019 - Queensland Museum

    Take a thrilling journey through space when NASA – A Human Adventure blasts into Queensland Museum, in an Australian first in March 2019.


    21 December 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Entries are now open for the 2019 Queensland Women in STEM prize which recognises the valuable contribution of Queensland women working in science, technology, engineering and maths careers.
  • A Royal treat for Queensland Museum

    30 November 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Queensland Museum was given the royal treatment today with a visit from His Royal Highness the Duke of York who took time out of his busy schedule to visit the museum and take a personal behind the scenes tour of the State Collection which comprises 1.2 million objects.
  • New gallery explores Queensland legacies

    10 November 2018 - Queensland Museum

    The legacies of the First World War and how they shaped modern day Queensland will be the focus of Queensland Museum’s new permanent exhibition, Anzac Legacy Gallery, which opens on 10 November.
  • Early Bird tickets on sale for World Science Festival Brisbane 2019

    01 November 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Science will take centre stage from 20-24 March 2019 when World Science Festival Brisbane returns, and this is your chance to be part of the action with the release of early bird tickets on sale today.
  • Spark your curiosity at Queensland Museum’s new Sciencentre!

    17 September 2018 - Queensland Museum

    See giant sparks of electricity, test your strength, watch water freeze, observe magnetic liquid and be amazed by an illuminated six foot sphere that shows dynamic images of the atmosphere, oceans and land at Queensland Museums new SparkLab, Sciencentre which opened today.
  • It’s a wrap for Queensland Museum’s Egyptian Mummies

    31 August 2018 - Queensland Museum

    More than 154,000 visitors have unwrapped the mysteries of Ancient Egypt at Queensland Museum as part of Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives.
  • Australia’s Spiderman wins 2018 Queensland Museum Medal

    17 August 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Queensland Museum is delighted to announce its Head, Terrestrial Biodiversity, & Principal Curator, Dr Robert Raven has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Queensland Museum Medal for his contribution to science and research in the field of Arachnology.
  • Queensland Museum and BHP’s $7.6 million collaboration unlocks Queensland’s research potential

    12 August 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Project DIG to help Australian scientists, innovators and researchers find new solutions to the complex problems facing the world today.
  • Monkey’s in full swing at Queensland Museum

    17 July 2018 - Queensland Museum

    The jungle is coming to Queensland Museum in the latest exhibition, Monkeys! A Primate Story, which will bring visitors closer to their primate cousins when it swings into action on Saturday 29 September.

    17 July 2018 - Queensland Museum

    The story of the German A7V Sturmpanzerwagen tank captured and recovered by Australian troops during the defence of Villers-Bretonneux in the First World War and displayed at the Queensland Museum since 1919, has captured the imaginations of military historians, war buffs and ordinary Queenslanders for a century.
  • Queensland Museum sparks science fun with new gallery

    28 June 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Calling all inventors, thinkers, creatives, the curious and science enthusiasts, Queensland Museum’s brand new science gallery SparkLab, Sciencentre will officially open its doors on Monday, 17 September.
  • 660

    11 June 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Artwork inspired by the State Collection is to go on display as part of an art exhibition, 660: Calling Home which is part of unsettle by Digi Youth Arts, Queensland Museum’s artist-in-residence.
  • Snap your One Weekend in Queensland to be part of new gallery

    31 May 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Queenslanders are being urged to document their typical weekend on June 9-10, as part of a social media campaign to highlight life in Queensland with selected images to be displayed in a new permanent gallery at Queensland Museum.
  • It’s full STEAM ahead for festival

    25 May 2018 - Queensland Museum

    Queensland Museum has once again led a successful World Science Festival Brisbane with more than 200,500 people participating in thought-provoking conversations, lively debates and engaging scientific demonstrations in 2018.
  • Lost spiders rediscovered in new paper

    25 May 2018 - Queensland Museum

    A research group led by Queensland Museum scientist Dr Michael Rix, along with colleagues at the Western Australian Museum, University of Adelaide and South Australian Museum, has not only described the 15 new species of trapdoor spiders, but also highlighted the conservation challenges facing this group.
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