Scientists from Taiwan and the US have found that cooperation leads to consistently high breeding success in beetles.
Eighteen years after the cloning of Dolly, scientists now have the complete genomic sequence of the domestic sheep, Ovis aries.
A research project investigating the use of sorghum as a sugar crop has been awarded a joint grant from the University of Queensland and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Understanding how deep sea limpets reproduce can help to predict how they will respond to environmental changes.
Scientists from Australia and the US have used DNA origami methods to turn one-dimensional nanomaterials into two dimensional structures.
Scientists have developed a method of extracting Purkinje cells from the brain, identifying potential Purkinje-specific protein markers in the process.
A single specimen of the Big-eared Bat, last seen in 1890 and thought to be extinct, has been found in Papua New Guinea.
Fossils found at the Turpan-Hami Basin provide new information about the biology of pterosaurs from the Early Cretaceous.
As a means of keeping cool, koala bears hug tree trunks, which can be up to 5°C cooler than the air during hot weather.
Although it has been argued that whales might be responsible for the depletion of fish stocks through predation, scientists have shown that their defecation in fact provides nutrients for other prey fish.