How butterflies conquered the world: a new ‘family tree’ traces their 100-million-year journey across the globe »
Until recently we had very little idea when butterflies evolved, and hypotheses concerning their place of origin were largely educated guesses.
Winner of the 2023 Ralph Slatyer medal
What’s the science behind these ghosts?
A new study shows that we can use existing conservation data to predict which currently unthreatened species could become threatened and take proactive action...
Travel grants offered by RSB and Medical School to undergraduate students to undertake an exchange program at Charles Darwin University in Darwin during July...
As the urgency for climate solutions increases globally, Westpac Scholars Trust supports successful scholars to research to solve some of Australia’s greatest...
Superb fairy-wrens are more likely to take risks to help members of their close social circle, according to a new study.
Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
Dolphins and net-casting fishers in Brazil catch more fish by working together, a new study by an international team of researchers has shown.
Scientists from ANU are drawing inspiration from plants to develop new techniques to separate and extract valuable minerals, metals and nutrients from resource...
As campus takes a break, we have a look at some of the science which never stops – and the people who keep it running, every day of the year.
Dr Tobias Hayashi studied a delicate little native orchid with a cool and clever adaptation to attract pollinators.