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Ancient DNA retrieved from extinct horse species from around the world has challenged one of the textbook examples of evolution - the fossil record of the horse family Equidae over the past 55 million years.
Scientists at the University of Adelaide have made a breakthrough that could change the world's thinking on what light is capable of.
A University of Adelaide study may have shed light on the rise in childhood asthma in developed countries like Australia in recent decades.
New insights into the biology of the platypus and echidna have been published, providing a collection of unique research data about the world's only monotremes.
Genetic information from an extinct species of bison preserved in permafrost for thousands of years could help improve modern agricultural livestock and breeding programs.
Conservation biologists are setting their minimum population size targets too low to prevent extinction.
Doctors should pay more attention to the link between common mental illness and obesity in patients because the two health problems are closely linked, according to researchers at the University of Adelaide.
Australian researchers have discovered a huge number of new species of invertebrate animals living in underground water, caves and "micro-caverns" amid the harsh conditions of the Australian outback.
The world's largest quality of life study of chronic angina patients attending general practice clinics has revealed that almost one in three experience frequent chest pain, which affects their daily life.
An international team of scientists has developed salt-tolerant plants using a new type of genetic modification (GM), bringing salt-tolerant cereal crops a step closer to reality.
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