Preserving an endangered symbolic scar tree

Queensland Museum researchers have been part of a rescue mission to preserve a centuries old Aboriginal tree carving, helping document it for future generations using technology known as photogrammetry. 

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Dr Espen Knutsen: Intrepid Adventurer and Senior Curator of Palaeontology

We spoke to Espen on the impact of new technology on his work.

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Queensland Museum is opening its digital doors

Queensland Museum is making more than 370,000 photographs accessible to the world

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Giant Kangaroos in 3D

Queensland Museum’s Project DIG is bringing new digital imaging tools to Queensland Museum allowing us to share more of our discoveries– no matter where you are in the world.

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Meet Queensland Museum’s Project DIG team: Andrew Turley and Sharon Baker

Project Manager Andrew Turley and Project Administrator Sharon Baker recently sat down for a chat about everything you might want to know about the team behind Project DIG.

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Queensland Museum and BHP look to the future

Although museums around the world hold large amounts of information and research, global collaboration and discovery is restricted by our ability to store and share data and research.

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South Walker Creek

Project DIG will initially focus on the South Walker Creek site located 40 kilometres west of Nebo in the Bowen Basin, Central Queensland, where fossils were discovered in 2008 by the Barada Barna people during a cultural heritage clearance at the BHP site.

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