Aboriginal Science & Knowledge
SURVEYS conducted in WA’s desert areas are revealing the survival of a threatened species may be intimately connected to the patch-burning practices of traditional owners.
OPTICALLY-STIMULATED Luminescence (OSL) has confirmed the earliest datable human habitation at Lake Gregory, Kimberley.
A MARITIME archaeologist says the Camden Harbour settlement site is in urgent need of a proper management plan.
EUCALYPTUS kinos should be investigated for their medicinal use due to their high antibacterial activity, a study from the University of Western Australia states.
Scitech’s Aboriginal Education Program (AEP) has been internationally recognised at the Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) awards in Columbus, Ohio for its unique education delivery to students and teachers.
ENGAGING students in science through hands-on activities is a highly effective method of teaching in Aboriginal communities, new research suggests.