The time for developing new coalmines is over.
Accelerometers, video cameras and GPS recorders are providing a new glimpse into penguin foraging behaviour.
Killer whales are expanding their role as an apex predator to the very depths of the ocean.
When it comes to crossing the ocean, all marine megafauna seem to use the same navigational compass – the sun.
A major study has revealed a huge variation in dingo diets, and their predation of threatened species.
Global warming is having a significant effect on of the world’s most delicate ecosystems – the tundra of arctic and alpine areas.
Deakin research linking early trauma in birds with their ability to remember important songs used for survival could have implications for human development.
Deakin University is training its own army of citizen scientists to monitor the effects of climate change on Victorian coastlines.
Dr Timothy Clark is set to investigate one of the most profound issues facing global fish populations.
Deakin chemists are on the brink of understanding the real chemistry of attraction in mussels.
Ridding Australia’s landscape of rabbits could have mixed results for our native species, says a recent study.
Developed nations like Australia can learn from China in reaching global sustainability goals.
Renowned Australian moral philosopher Peter Singer has presented the opening lecture for Deakin’s new research network.
A Deakin University study has revealed the scale of the role of wetlands in carbon storage.
As one in 100 year floods become more like one in ten, or one in five year events, blue-green infrastructure could help reduce the impact of flooding on our environment and economy.
Citizen scientists are tracking the effect of environmental flows from a decommissioned reservoir near Victoria’s Great Ocean Road.