Scientia Professor Helen Christensen has received the James Cook Medal, with academics from Medicine & Health, Science and UNSW Canberra recognised with awards for research and scholarly excellence.
Giant eddy currents in the sea spread heat. But if trapped in place, they can cause marine heatwaves deadly to sea life. And there’s a big one shaping up off Sydney right now.
Stunning pictures and captivating footage tell the full story about the quest to bring platypuses back to Royal National Park.
Marine heatwaves aren’t just on the surface. They can be at their most destructive when they sweep along the seafloor.
Platypuses seem to be settling in nicely to their new Royal National Park home, although there are concerns about pollution from a nearby colliery.
Terry Ord has been recognised by the Animal Behavior Society for his seminal contribution to the field.
UNSW Sydney continues to climb the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, the global performance tables that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
For the first time in half a century, the Royal National Park will have a population of platypus.
New research suggests these underwater canopies provide hundreds of billions of dollars in value to society.
Almost two decades of whale recordings suggest the movements of the pygmy blue whale are affected by climate cycles.