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23 September 2019

UNSW researchers show gliding animals are an evolutionary surprise because their innovation did not lead to a proliferation of new adaptive forms.

25 June 2019

Where did life originate? How did the galaxies evolve? How is climate changing? What’s the role of science in our politics? Why should we study STEM?

24 May 2019

UNSW scientists have added to the growing body of research into genetic markers that are important for animal conservation.

26 March 2019
Games that make science accessible for students are accelerating learning. The UNSW Sydney initiative is spreading around the world.
4 March 2019

World Wildlife Day on March 3 in the United Nations calendar is a global annual event that raises awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants.

28 February 2019

Two UNSW academics have been honoured by Australian Academy of Science for their research on the impact of ocean currents on the global climate and how forests evolve and vary across Australia.

27 February 2019

Since colonisation, a dizzying array of Australia’s native species and ecosystems have been altered or removed altogether.

26 February 2019

As a leading authority in marine ecology, Professor Emma Johnston is a prominent advocate for more women at the top tiers of science.

19 February 2019

A species of beach daisy from South Africa has undergone substantial and unexpected changes since arriving in Australia in the 1930s, a new study led by UNSW researchers has uncovered.

6 December 2018

Professor Emma Johnston, Dean of Science at UNSW Sydney, has won the prestigious Royal Society of NSW 2018 Clarke Medal, for her novel research on the impact...