|The Sydney-AAO Multi-object Integral field spectrograph||Scott Croom||March 2012|
|First Science with SAMI: A Serendipitously Discovered Galactic Wind in ESO 185-G031||Lisa Fogarty||December 2012|
|The SAMI Pilot Survey: The Kinematic Morphology-Density Relation in Abell 85, Abell 168 and Abell 2399||Lisa Fogarty||June 2014|
|The SAMI Galaxy Survey: instrument specification and target selection||Julia Bryant||July 2014|
|Early data release||James Allen||July 2014|
|The SAMI Galaxy Survey: Shocks and Outflows in a normal star-forming galaxy||I-Ting Ho||August 2014|
|The SAMI Galaxy Survey: Cubism and covariance, putting round pegs into square holes||Rob Sharp||October 2014|
|The SAMI Galaxy Survey: The discovery of a luminous, low-metallicity HII complex in the dwarf galaxy GAMAJ141103.98-003242.3||Samuel Richards||October 2014|
|Towards a universal dynamical scaling relation for galaxies of all types||Luca Cortese||November 2014|
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