A Griffith University-led collaboration has used DNA analysis to resolve the evolutionary origins of the distinctive Australian frogmouth species of bird. The Tawny Frogmouth is one of 13 frogmouth species that occur across Australia, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and tropical Asia. Its distribution has long raised questions: did frogmouths spread out from Asia to […]
Griffith University scientists have led an international team to date the skull of an early human found in Africa, potentially upending human evolution knowledge with their discovery.
Small engraved rocks believed to have acted as a ‘social glue’ to unite early human societies.
New approach needed for conservation and ethical sharing of biological resources and science benefits
Researchers call for a new approach for sharing the benefits of biological resources, science and technology.
Widely found geckos in northern Australia undescribed by science, until now.
Australia’s native stingless bees could be a key line of defence for the nation’s horticulture industry against the dangerous bee parasite Varroa destructor.
Frog research could hold the key to animal defence strategies against infectious diseases.