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News | 4 Sep 2020
The strength of connections, be it human connections within cities, or collaborative networks between cities, has been a key factor in determining how effectively the world's biggest cities have been able to navigate the COVID-19.
Analysis and opinion | 27 Aug 2020
Researchers have collated measurements made by satellites, field sensors and people, to get a picture of the nature's recovery while we've been in lockdown.
News | 17 Aug 2020
New research shows one of the world's rarest birds, the orange-bellied parrot, remains at severe risk of extinction.
News | 12 Aug 2020
A novel approach to fumigating the nests of the 40-spotted pardalote has proven to be highly effective.
Analysis and opinion | 12 Aug 2020
Scientists devised a cheap, ingenious trick to save this bird from a blood-sucking maggot – and it works brilliantly
Saving endangered species from extinction is a challenging job that requires creative, affordable and effective interventions. In a rare good news story for conservation, we came up with one such method.
Analysis and opinion | 10 Aug 2020
From an effigy hanging from a noose to an angry opponent wielding scissors, those who've sought to protect the precious Australian Alps have always been up against it.
Research story | 7 Aug 2020
A group of ANU researchers are helping rehabilitate koalas after the 2020 bushfires.
News | 23 Jul 2020
An experimental research project led by researchers from ANU has found a new way to boost the survival rates of eastern quolls reintroduced to the Australian Capital Territory.
Analysis and opinion | 14 Jul 2020
The wild western end of the island, once a vast mallee woodland peppered with wildflowers and mobs of roaming roos, had been completely erased. An immense dune field covered with sharp blackened sticks now stretched beyond the horizon, to the sea, hollow and quiet.
Analysis and opinion | 10 Jul 2020
After the bushfires, we went looking for endangered corroboree frogs. Normally, they respond to our calls. But at some sites, the ponds were silent.
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