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A carp in the Murray-Darling

The recent one in 100 flood event is set to reverse carp eradication efforts in the Murray-Darling, a UNSW scientist says.

A bridled nailtail wallaby in the wild

UNSW scientists have used a new conservation strategy to give the bridled nailtail wallaby a head start in life.

A Mountain Pygmy-possum clings to a person's finger

Why the race to rescue the Mountain Pygmy-possum from extinction has spurred conservationists at home and abroad into action.

Woman charging electric car

Hydrogen cars are no economic panacea compared to plug-in electric vehicles.

White-lipped Tree Frog

A UNSW and Australian Museum study using data from a citizen science project finds 70 per cent are vulnerable to housing, agriculture, roads and recreation.

truck

A plan to use swappable batteries in long-haul electric trucks highlights how freight is starting to move away from fossil fuels.

Face of a sex robot

If we aren’t careful with our online data, artificial intelligence will take over our intimate personal lives, a new book says.

hand prints on wall

It took just 5,000 years for large and well-organised groups of people to populate all corners of the continent.

Big tech apps on mobile phone

New research shows that the variety of online players is shrinking rapidly, although the overall size of the worldwide web continues to expand and functional and geographic opportunities are rising.

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