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Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry: The portal is a catalogue of Australian, State and Territory government information and services for the agricultural, fisheries, processed food and forestry industries. Categories to browse include resource management, products and resources, agricultural economics and agribusiness.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: The AIHW is Australia's national agency for health and welfare statistics and information. Topics covered include: ageing and aged care, housing and homelessness, population health, alcohol and other drugs, mortality, diabetes and hospitals. Access is also provided to a number of data cubes and to METeOR, AIHW's Metadata Online Registry.
: A database of over 3,000 pioneer doctors, from the 1700s through to 1875. The site covers Australian medical history, with a database of medical pioneers and educational background material. Includesdoctors who were registered or qualified in Australia, were resident in Australia, or visited here in a professional capacity, before 1875. Ships' surgeons, convict doctors, general practitioners and medical specialists are included.
Pathfinder subject guides to assist researchers in a variety of ship and shipping topics. ANMM accepts reference enquiries.
Informit: Covers scientific and technical publications on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. Subjects covered include radiochemistry, nuclear applications in medicine, earth sciences, agriculture, biology and industry, radiation protection, radioactive waste management, nuclear law, economic, sociological and environmental aspects of nuclear and non-nuclear energy.
Australian National Botanic Gardens: Contains images from the botanic collections of the Australian National Botanic Gardens. Portraits of plant flowers form the bulk of the Index, but photographs of fruit, bark, shrubs or whole trees are also included. Most of the collection consists of identified Australian plant species, but there is also a large number of environmental and conservation images.
National Library of Australia and Informit: Covers health and medicine in Austalia and in particular the legal, social, economic and ethicial aspects of health.
University of Melbourne, Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre: Provides access to authoritative information resources dealing with the history and heritage of science, technology and medicine, primarily with an Australian focus. Resources include Bright Sparcs (a biographical database of scientists), the Australian Science at Work Register and the online version of the publication Technology in Australia 1788-1988. It also provides access to finding aids to archival collections of Australian scientists and scientific organisations.
Informit: Covers medicine, health, biomechanics, psychology, diagnosis, treatment, nutrition, diet, physiology, physical fitness and drugs in sport.
Informit: Covers transport and road related material including road safety, transport economics, transport administration, intelligent transport systems, transport and the environment, public transport, road and airfield pavements, road design and engineering, traffic engineering and control, vehicle design and safety, and soil and rock mechanics
These sites provide a starting place for researchers in the field. They lead to a diverse range of information on Australian science and technology resources as well as providing links to other useful sites.