News: Animal Science
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How far away can dogs smell and hear? Animal behaviour expert Dr Susan Hazel has the answer.
Scientists discover that the risk of lyssavirus transmission from South Australia's population of Grey-headed flying fox is lower than anticipated.
Genetics breakthrough for an international team of scientists led by the University of Adelaide’s Davies Research Centre.
New research to improve the effectiveness of Salmonella vaccine in poultry, with aims to reduce the number of cases of human salmonella infection.
Just like online dating, you're encouraged to be smart and ‘go with your gut’ when browsing and responding to online advertisements of dogs and puppies for sale.
University of Adelaide researchers have discovered a new species of turtle-headed sea snake in Western Australia.
Could recent bushfires have increased respiratory distress in horses? Our researchers are investigating.
New program set to teach future veterinarians key business and entrepreneurship skills