Participants in the second round of startups in the Founders Program, the flagship initiative of the UNSW Entrepreneurship team, have pitched their ideas to investors at an event in Sydney.
The greatest diversity of small insect-eating microbats in the Sydney region is not in the national parks that ring the city but in the western suburbs, according to a new study.
OPINION: Workplace stress is manageable, if we understand it properly, writes Carlo Caponecchia in The Conversation.
A major new scientific review, involving more than 30 experts from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, sets out our current knowledge of the impacts of climate change on biodiversity.
The 150-million-year-old Archaeopteryx fossil is still the first known bird despite an earlier study suggesting otherwise, new research reveals.
Technology to reduce carbon emissions during steel production has won Professor Veena Sahajwalla a Telstra NSW Business Women's Award.
Increased sustainability in steel production could result from a new research agreement signed by one of the world's top steel producers and four Australian universities.
A number of introduced plant species have become more like natives, suggesting rapid evolution could happen far more frequently than previously thought.
Female dolphins who have help from their female friends are far more successful as mothers than those without such help, according to a landmark study.
Up to 12 percent of the world's human-caused greenhouse gas emissions could be offset by producing biochar from plants and other organic material, according to a new study.