Emerging scientists showcase their research at Ingenuity, University of Adelaide’s annual interactive expo of STEM projects.
Scientists have highlighted that the illegal and unsustainable global wildlife trade has bigger ramifications on our everyday lives than you might think.
The University of Adelaide’s Echidna Conservation Science Initiative (EchidnaCSI) is a finalist in the Australian Museum’s 2021 Eureka Prizes.
Research led by the University of Adelaide has shown, for the first time, that the digestive systems of nectar-eating birds co-evolved with the nectar-composition in flowers.
When it comes to importing illegal reptiles, Australia’s trade closely follows US trends, according to new University of Adelaide research.
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.
Australian reptiles face serious conservation threats from illegal poaching fuelled by international demand and the exotic pet trade.
Minimum enclosure sizes for snakes in captivity should enable them to stretch out fully, say animal welfare experts.
University of Adelaide and TERN researchers have partnered with the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE) to standardise both environmental monitoring and data systems for improved decision-making.
University of Adelaide scientists have created a DNA fingerprint map to link teak timber back to its plantation of origin and help reduce the $40 billion illicit trade of timber in the Asia Pacific region.