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1 December - Researchers needed to better understand lifeline resilience - Expressions of Interest for research providers open

19 November - CEO Dr Richard Thornton provides an update on new research, funding programs, staff and reconciliation plans. 

18 November - Quick response funding is now available to support researchers travelling to areas recently affected by natural hazards to measure impacts in a timely manner.

18 November - Natural Hazards Research Australia has launched its Education program, with exciting funding opportunities available for postgraduate students and early career researchers. 

18 November - The first round of research from Natural Hazards Research Australia is set to begin.

16 November - Natural Hazards Research Australia has begun the process of establishing a Reconciliation Action Plan and is seeking First Nations peoples to join the working group. 

15 November - New staff join Natural Hazards Research Australia to increase the national focus. 

22 October - The power of cooperative science highlighted in the 2021 Ralph Slatyer Address by Chair of Natural Hazards Research Australia, Dr Katherine Woodthorpe AO. 

8 October - Natural Hazards Research Australia seeks input from across emergency management, research and beyond for the important next step in the establishment phase of the new research program. Read more about the research priorities open for feedback

8 October - Research Director Dr John Bates: A new set of priorities to guide our natural hazards research.

30 September 2021 - CEO Dr Richard Thornton: developing our research priorities and partnerships.

15 September 2021 - Natural Hazards Research Australia is pleased to announce the appointment of three new directors.

10 September 2021 - Positions vacant: two Research Services Project Officers. Applications have now closed.

2 September 2021 - A new postdoctoral Research Fellow opportunity in developing, implementing and evaluating new approaches to monitoring wildlife is now open. Deakin University is offering a two year position for a Research Fellow to work on the new Use of emerging technologies for native wildlife population assessment and management project, funded by Natural Hazards Research Australia in collaboration with the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Applications have now closed.

26 August 2021 - Natural Hazards Research Australia is currently recruiting a Director of Research and Implementation and several Node Research ManagersApplications for the Node Research Manager positions have now closed.

23 August 2021 - Dr Richard Thornton, CEO: Welcome to Natural Hazards Research Australia, the new national research centre for natural hazards resilience and disaster risk reduction.

1 July 2021 - the Australian Government announces the establishment of the new natural hazards and disaster research centre.