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Fortune favours the bold: Can behaviour explain why some animal species become invasive?

23 April 2019

A new study has found that adaptability is the key to invasive species succeeding in non-native environments. The study published ...

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Sibling rivalries lead to friendly finches

27 February 2019

A new study has revealed that growing up with lots of siblings – and fighting over food – makes zebra finches more sociable …

MFB and UFU with Macquarie University to partner on world-first PFAS study

26 February 2019

Can regular blood or plasma donations reduce the level of chemicals in firefighter’s blood? That’s the question the Metropolitan Fire …

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Macquarie University researchers awarded Fulbright Scholarships

20 February 2019

Two Macquarie University researchers have been announced as recipients of prestigious Fulbright Scholarships. The grants will enable the researchers to …

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Macquarie University to lead nation in synthetic biology research with $2.5m grant

20 February 2019

Research into new technologies that could pioneer breakthroughs in the biomedical and agriculture sectors has received a significant boost, with …

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A polariton filter turns ordinary laser light into quantum light

19 February 2019

An international team of researchers led out of Macquarie University has demonstrated a new approach for converting ordinary laser light …

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A new leader for astronomical optics in Australia

15 February 2019

Macquarie University has appointed Dr Mark Casali as the Director of the Macquarie node of Australian Astronomical Optics (AAO-Macquarie). He …

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