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15 December 2017

A Crest-tailed Mulgara, a small carnivorous marsupial known only from fossilised bone fragments and presumed extinct in NSW for more than century...

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12 December 2017

The arrival of a single Black-backed Oriole bird in rural Pennsylvania – 5000 kilometres from its usual home in Mexico – was worth an estimated $...

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11 December 2017

UNSW's 'Dr Rip', Associate Professor Rob Brander, is appearing in a new documentary airing this summer to help teach...

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11 December 2017

A new article by a UNSW Sydney-led team challenges the validity of current methods for forecasting the persistence of slow-growing species for...

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8 December 2017

For his research in botany Professor David Keith, Professor of Botany in the UNSW School of Biological, Earth and...

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7 December 2017

The fossil remains of a new species of marsupial lion which has been extinct for at least 19 million years have been found by UNSW scientists in...

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6 December 2017

Water is scarce in the Lake Eyre Basin in the heart of Australia, and a new book tells the stories of those who love and rely on the Basin's free-...

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4 December 2017

OPINION: Ever since the ancient Greeks speculated a continent must exist in the south polar regions to balance those in the ...

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29 November 2017

As part of its inaugural Faculty Showcase Day on Monday 27 November, UNSW Science held a fun attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the...

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29 November 2017

OPINION: Soil health and productivity is declining worldwide at unprecedented rates.

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