Archives: July 2017

High diversity on coral reefs: a very big game of rock-paper-scissors

20 July 2017

New research from Macquarie University explores how a large number of species can all live together while competing for a …

A child’s spoken vocabulary helps them when it comes to reading new words for the first time

18 July 2017

Children who have heard a word before, and have spoken the word themselves, are better able to predict how that …

Macquarie University Hospital commences using the latest XI da Vinci Surgical System to perform minimally invasive coronary bypass surgery

17 July 2017

Macquarie University Hospital (MUH) successfully completed its first Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (OPCABG) using the da Vinci Xi Surgical …

Macquarie University research sheds light on how antibiotic resistance can be better managed

6 July 2017

By recreating the origins of DNA elements that confer antibiotic resistance, researchers from Macquarie University generate new insights that can …

Risk Frontiers becomes an independent R&D company

4 July 2017

Risk Frontiers, Australia’s longest running natural hazards research centre, is spinning out from Macquarie University after a successful partnership of …

Macquarie’s superstar to smash science gender stereotypes

3 July 2017

Dr Ronika Power from the Department of Ancient History in the Faculty of Arts has been named today as one …