News: Australian Centre for Ancient DNA
Scientists make DNA breakthrough in the quest to better understand our mysterious ancient cousins.
Scientists have challenged the common assumption that genetic diversity of a species is a key indicator of extinction risk.
The recent Faculty of Sciences’ awards showcase celebrated research, teaching, leadership, professional staff and student success.
University of Adelaide scientists have sequenced the ancient DNA of dire wolf fossils for the first time and uncovered new secrets of the animal made famous by the TV show Game of Thrones.
The first large-scale study of DNA belonging to ancient humans of the central Andes in South America has uncovered some surprising results.
University of Adelaide researchers have discovered that fossil and museum collections around the world are home to more male than female mammals.
Modern humans interbred with at least five different archaic human groups as they moved out of Africa and across Eurasia, genetic analysis reveals.
An incredible journey - the first people to arrive in Australia came in large numbers, and on purpose
It took more than 1,000 people to form a viable population in Australia. But this was no accidental migration, the first arrivals must have been planned, scientists say.
Science research at the University of Adelaide has reached new heights according to the 2018 Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) results released this week.