New research suggests that ocean currents with different temperatures, which are known to influence the distribution of species in the sea, might also drive the evolution of new species. Photo: iStock.

Deep dive into marine biotech

Flinders University researchers are among some of the world’s leading marine biotech scientists gathering in Adelaide. They will discuss the latest developments in first-generation fisheries, second-gen […]

Plant microbiome discovery

International experts have described for the first time how healthy plants appear to carry bacteria in their cells, opening a new avenue of research to improve […]