Devilish problem closer to being solved
Immunotherapy trial cures Tasmanian devils of DFTD.
University of Tasmania is developing new ways to balance human demand for natural resources to support the future existence of the world's ecosystems. The island State's unique natural environment provides an extraordinary research laboratory that enables researchers to develop new ways to protect biodiversity and balance the needs of communities.
Increasingly dangerous fire weather is forecast for Australia and the Mediterranean as the global footprint of extreme fires expands, according to the latest research.
As populations increase, we’re going to need to use greenhouse production more and more to feed everyone. Dianfan is working with local farmers to assess the environmental and economic impacts of greenhouse gas emissions.