17 Jun 2021
When animals are hot, they eat less. This potentially fatal phenomenon has been largely overlooked in wild animals, explain researchers from ANU.
26 May 2021
An ecological crisis overshadowed by the threats of mass species extinctions and climate change impacts could be just as serious to ecosystems and human...
25 May 2021
A plant biologist and geochemist from The Australian National University have both been recognised for their outstanding contributions to their fields of...
29 Apr 2021
Our team of 28 scientists identified the top 26 Australian butterfly species and subspecies at greatest risk of extinction. We also estimated the probability...
21 Apr 2021
One of the illustrious founder members of RSBS passed away on 11 April 2021. Jeremy David Pickett-Heaps FAA, FRS worked in the (then) Department of...
15 Apr 2021
Thirty-three HDR student presentations were delivered at the HDR conference on 15 April.
8 Apr 2021
We met Professor Nicotra in the Snowy Mountains and asked what she learned from 2020.
18 Mar 2021
In healthy populations, the song of regent honeyeaters is complex and long. But where the population is very small, the song is sadly diminished.
16 Mar 2021
ANU experts have found a way to precisely measure a crop’s water loss through its skin, not just the pores on their leaves.
16 Mar 2021
Drought impacts on Amazon rainforest microbes: unusual soil fungi dominate, a large biogeochemical switch and likely increased drought resistance »
A new study shows that long-term drought in biodiverse Amazonian tropical rainforest can fundamentally change the soil, increasing the abundance of an unusual...
11 Mar 2021
Three researchers from ANU who've changed the way we see the world have been recognised for their ground-breaking work with prestigious awards from The...
4 Mar 2021
Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have exposed a fatal flaw in the deadly parasite that causes malaria - one of the world's...