Wonderful article in SMH by Nicky Phillips, discussing the animals and plants that have thrived in our city as a result of human settlement.
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It’s probably a truism to suggest that the study of human evolution gets more that its fair share of media attention and hype.
Genitalia tend to vary more dramatically than other physical traits and evolutionary biology has made stunning progress in resolving why, writes Professor Rob Brooks.
A new study on the dispersal of fish larvae has reignited a debate on the science behind marine parks.
E&ERC's Emma Johnston provides comment for this article in ABC Science.
Dr James Smith, E&ERC Research Fellow writes for The Conversation on the sustainability of seafood.
The winners of the 2012 E&ERC Research Excellenc Awards were announced at the E&ERC Welcome Back Event on Friday 8 March, 2013.
E&ERC PhD student Chris Setio and his colleagues from UNSW release 30 bags of prawns into Layke Tyers in Victoria
A study by Michael Kasumovic (UNSW) and Frank Seebacher (Usyd) finds that fitness is key in spider sex.
Associate Professor David Warton recently wrote this post for the Methods blog (Methods in Ecology & Evolution journal) about a new result in species distribution modelling which has been...
To state the obvious: human evolution is not without its drama – and the latest salvo in the ongoing Hobbit, or Homo floresiensis, battle confirms this yet again.