Griffith University will host eastern node of a new environmental research hub providing leadership in threatened species and extreme events such as bushfires.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, a study released this week has some good news about a wildlife pandemic, which may help scientists better understand how emerging diseases evolve.
An international study has found the first evidence of an animal other than humans domesticating another species.
An international study has found sparrows, like humans, use medicinal herbs to defend against parasites and improve the condition of their offspring.
Toxic chemicals are accumulating in Great Barrier Reef turtles and fish species popular with consumers, according to a new report by Griffith University and the World Wide Fund for Nature Australia.
One third of all humpback whales in the Gold Coast Bay are mother-calf pairs making the location almost as important as breeding grounds for whales with calves.
A new report is calling on the G20 to fund ‘Nature-based Solutions’ that address three of the main risks to humankind: biodiversity loss, climate change and global pandemics.