Griffith researchers shed light on extinct large species related to modern-day wombat family.
For biodiversity to thrive, conservation efforts must be ‘Nature and People Positive’, a recent study has found.
A new smart planter is set to provide a simple and efficient way to green buildings and surfaces where conventional planting is impossible.
Researchers have shed light on the story behind a large sandstone rock art site in Central Queensland that features seven star-like designs, large snake-like designs, six-toed human feet and even a penis. Professor Paul Tacon and Dr Andrea Jalandoni from the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research and Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution […]
Research shows productivity gains of up to 11% for people who visit protected parks in Australia at least once a month.
Fossilised teeth of ancient mammals from a 17-million-year-old Kenyan site reveals climate variability.
'Common' Aussie bird species experiencing declines in prevalence in urban areas.