News: Environmental Science
The number of threatened Australian native bee species is expected to increase by nearly five-fold after the devastating Black Summer bushfires in 2019-20, according to new research.
School students will be able to document their local insect biodiversity and potentially discover new species in their area, as part of a new project led by SA Museum and University of Adelaide scientists.
High school students have the opportunity to be named the University of Adelaide Young Scientist of the Year and win themselves cash prizes by making a short video about an environmental problem or solution.
Five University of Adelaide researchers have won 2021 South Australian Young Tall Poppy Science Awards.
The University of Adelaide’s Echidna Conservation Science Initiative (EchidnaCSI) is a finalist in the Australian Museum’s 2021 Eureka Prizes.
University of Adelaide scientists have been named among South Australia’s most influential people in the environment sector.
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.
Science communicators will join forces with a local echidna ecologist to share their expertise in echidnas and insects in a free, interactive workshop on Kangaroo Island, as part of National Science Week.
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.