Science & nature

India Beckons for NSW’s Cyber Security Startups

26 July 2019

Eight of NSW’s most innovative cyber security startups will visit India this year to participate in the NSW-India Cyber Security …

Invading cane toads travel light

25 July 2019

Understanding the dynamics of cane toad dispersal is vital information for scientists helping native animals survive the spread of the …

Even deep-sea sharks aren’t safe from fishing fleets, research shows

25 July 2019

Even in the most remote parts of the world’s oceans migratory sharks are in severe danger from commercial fishing fleets, …

Astronomer flies high to spy on star formation

24 July 2019

Macquarie University astronomer Dr Stuart Ryder is in New Zealand to hitch a ride on a NASA jet and take …

Baby blue-tongues are born smart

16 July 2019

Australian research finds little lizards learn very quickly. Young Australian eastern blue-tongue lizards (Tiliqua scincoides) are every bit as clever as …

Exiled moons may explain astronomical mysteries

12 July 2019

Moons ejected from orbits around gas giant exoplanets could explain several astronomical mysteries, an international team of astronomers suggests. Researchers …

Asteroid Vesta originates from a cosmic “hit-and-run” collision

4 July 2019

The asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter preserves the processes of planetary formation, frozen in time. Vesta, the second largest …

A starburst shows the way home

4 July 2019

Macquarie University researcher Stuart Ryder is part of an international team of astronomers who have made a long-awaited breakthrough, pinpointing …

Hedging against climate change

4 July 2019

Globally, decision makers are increasingly acknowledging the many advantages of greening urban landscapes. Trees provide well recognised benefits to our …

New perceptual pathway identified that can lead to body size misperception and increase risk of eating and exercise disorders

1 February 2018

New study identifies a perceptual pathway that can lead to body size and shape misperception in individuals Those who are …

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