Snails, slugs and stick insects - investigating the dynamics of Australia’s terrestrial invertebrate trade
For some people, the idea of having tarantulas and scorpions living in their house is a nightmare; for others, keeping insects is a hobby and a passion, writes Charlotte Lassaline.
Scientists have come up with a simple new test to analyse sulfur isotopes which can be used to help investigate chemical changes in water.
Researchers have discovered new information on how hybrid rice plants maintain male fertility under different day lengths.
Scientists show greener process for extracting health-promoting molecules from food waste to use in skincare and pharmaceutical products.
University of Adelaide experts are part of a new research centre that will train the next generation of scientists to develop more resilient crops.
Interview with researcher A/Prof Michael Beard about gain-of-function research, a technique used in virology and genetics to alter the function of a virus.
Scientists confirm that the lower River Murray was not an estuary more than 7,000 years ago – reinforcing scientific evidence likely to influence important river management policy decisions.
Australian reptiles face serious conservation threats from illegal poaching fuelled by international demand and the exotic pet trade.
Evolutionary biologists have assessed the phenomenon of parallelism in soil-burrowing cockroaches for the first time.
Two University of Adelaide scientists have been awarded prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowships by the Australian Research Council.
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