Macquarie and WildArk partner on a world first research study to identify the top 100 umbrella species

9 February 2017

A new study has been announced by researchers from Macquarie University with the aim of identifying 100 species whose ranges, …


Our insects get a gold star in deception: Largest group of Australia’s insects collaborate to avoid being lunch

8 February 2017

A group of insects that mimic each other in an effective golden sheen to fight predators has been discovered as …


First blood biomarker discovered for the prognosis of multiple sclerosis: quick, accurate and soon to be available

4 February 2017

Study led by Macquarie researchers has found the first blood biomarker for multiple sclerosis Biomarker blood test can discriminate between …

Report reveals overworked truck drivers fear raising safety concerns

3 February 2017

A Macquarie University report has revealed the major reasons why truck driving is Australia’s deadliest job. Long hours, pressure to …


Australia the birthplace of birds nests? Move over Vegemite and the hills hoist

1 February 2017

The most common birds nests found today had their birthplace in Australia, and these nests may be key to many …


Superbugs on the shore: Bacteria in estuaries have genes for antibiotic resistance that could end up in us

31 January 2017

Estuarine areas – regions where land, freshwater and seawater meet, such as Port Stephens, Sydney Harbour and the Hawkesbury River …

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