Beetle families survive through sisterly sacrifice

24 April 2018

Research reveals new details about the world’s only known social beetle with a life-time devoted queen and worker caste Findings ...

Macquarie University’s contribution to Hellenic Studies honoured

1 March 2018

In recognition of her contribution to Hellenic Studies, Professor Martina Möllering, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts, has been …


Macquarie University invests in campus development with redevelopment of Central Courtyard and Arts Precincts

16 February 2018

To prepare for the next 50 years of its growth, Macquarie University is investing heavily in its campus with two …


Helping people with chronic diseases through quality pathology testing

14 February 2018

Dr Rae-Anne Hardie, researcher from the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research within the Australian Institute of Health Innovation at Macquarie University, …


Australian book publishers lift their game to be more competitive but some are faring better than others: new study

8 February 2018

New Macquarie University research released today reveals Australian book publishers are lifting their game to be more competitive. The Australian …


Fibre-optical telecommunications helping scientists peer into deep space

6 February 2018

Significant benefits for radio astronomy could be derived from instrumentation developed by a national consortium involving Macquarie University researchers, Dr …


Language not necessarily essential to complex thought and planning

2 February 2018

New research from an international team of researchers suggests that the language system in the brain is not necessarily essential …

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