News: Evolutionary Biology
Scientists have used more than two decades of satellite-derived environmental data to suggest the possible foraging habitats of pre-contact Aboriginal peoples living in the Western Desert.
New technologies to play vital role in discovering and documenting all unknown Australian species by 2050.
The Advanced DNA Identification and Forensics Facility is helping reduce the illegal export of timber, by testing for genetic variation between populations of the endangered African Cherry tree.
University of Adelaide scientists have discovered the feeding mode of Pentaradial Arkarua, a strange, alien-like creature that once roamed the Flinders Ranges.
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.
Scientists are using koala teeth to learn how Adelaide was settled by Europeans.
University of Adelaide scientists recognised at the SA Science Excellence and Innovation Awards.
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.
University of Adelaide scientists have produced the first ever echidna genome and a greatly improved, high-quality platypus genome sequence.