News: Environmental Science
Scientists have examined the rates of cat diseases in Australia, their health effects, and the costs to our economy.
Scientists to study the clinical data of koalas injured in last summer’s devastating bushfires to give them the best possible chance of survival and recovery in future bushfires.
Scientists will feature at Ingenuity 2020 – a showcase of student projects exploring real-life applications across all disciplines of STEM.
Scientists highlight the physical and chemical changes that occur during droughts that lead to severe, and sometimes irreversible, drying of wetland soils.
Post-fire recovery rates and ecosystem resilience of Kangaroo Island’s bushfire affected areas will be monitored when scientists return to the island this month.
Here are the stories of University of Adelaide scientists and science graduates in the news this week.
The Komodo dragon could be driven to extinction by climate change unless significant measures to intervene are taken soon.
Illegal wildlife trade is a major concern in Australia, now scientists have validated a new technique that detects where an alien species has come from.
Children and teenagers could improve their wellbeing and achieve better school results by spending more time outdoors.
Hear inspiring stories from science graduates in the University of Adelaide’s new podcast series.