Stunning pictures and captivating footage tell the full story about the quest to bring platypuses back to Royal National Park.
Platypuses seem to be settling in nicely to their new Royal National Park home, although there are concerns about pollution from a nearby colliery.
UNSW Sydney's world-leading researchers will take on topics including the secret to happiness, the medicinal benefits of psychedelics and reversing the impact of climate change.
For the first time in half a century, the Royal National Park will have a population of platypus.
A new genetic study by UNSW scientists finds large dams restrict platypus movement, with significant implications for their conservation.
Climate change shouldn’t be used as a 'get out-of jail free' card to excuse bad decision-making and poor planning decisions.
Environmental survey findings confirm what scientists have suspected; platypuses aren’t in Royal National Park. But plans to reintroduce the iconic species to the park later this year will change this.
As the weather warms up, UNSW researchers name some of their favourite bushwalks and the ways citizen scientists can help them by collecting data along the way.
UNSW Sydney scientists are leading a project to bring the iconic mammal back to Royal National Park after almost 50 years.
We need to list one of the world’s most iconic animals as a threatened species, UNSW scientists say.