A treasure trove of new species have been discovered in Fiji’s highlands after several New Colombo Plan student study tours. Three successive years of federal New […]
Looking inside the head of a snake is so much easier when the snake is a fossil. Flinders University and South Australian Museum postdoctoral researcher Alessandro […]
Life-size dinosaurs at the SA Museum will be both an education and fun for children and the public until 6 May 2018. The latest touring exhibition […]
From the realm of crime scene forensics, ancient artefacts can now be more accurately traced back to their source using the novel approach of microbial DNA […]
New research in Australia has found the tiny ‘hobbit’ people of Asia are not ancestors or even close relatives of modern humans. The most comprehensive study […]
Student research says native Fijian bees’ love for pollen from introduced species could be a major threat to the island’s ecosystems.
A high resolution paternity test to help combat the illegal carpet python trade is being developed by Flinders University wildlife forensic DNA specialist Sherryn Ciavaglia.
The hunt is on to find the rightful parents of a fossil egg that reputedly belongs to an extinct ancient bird from the Australian Ice Age.
The genetic record of bee species in the islands of the South Pacific carries evidence of the dramatic global effects of climate change over the past 20,000 years, Flinders research has found.