Treatments for human afflictions can be found in the most obscure places and in the strangest creatures.
Research led by scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) could lead to major improvements in crop production.
Professor Kruuk will receive $3.3 million in funding from the ARC to pursue research into the effects of changing environments on wild animal populations.
In this video Dr Alex Maier talks about how a collaboration between ANU and Humboldt University is investigating new interdisciplinary approaches to...
The unique genetic make-up of a group of Australian frogs could be the key to their survival, allowing them to better withstand our harsh climate.
Love the parasite you're with - the entertaining life of unwelcome guests from flea circuses to Aliens »
In fiction and popular culture, parasitic characters appear as a metaphor for the threat and spread of disease.
Why judging a book by its cover has led to a tangled family tree for the longhorn beetle.
Researchers have a new understanding of the genetic makeup of a fungus that causes the disease Wheat Stripe Rust, one of the most destructive wheat diseases...
A bird study led by The Australian National University (ANU) provides new understanding of the ways birds and mammals respond to a rapidly warming world.
New Holland honeyeaters are experts at sounding the alarm when there’s danger, using a two-stage alarm call. They ‘front-load’ information about urgency into...
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I was fortunate to be given the opportunity to do a malaria physiology project with Kiaran Kirk and Kevin Saliba, and I have been doing research ever since.