A warning has been sounded that insects could disappear within a century. But Macquarie University entomologist Matthew Bulbert says we can all do something to help save them.
Dr Joyce Siette, Research Fellow at Macquarie University’s Australian Institute for Health Innovation, explains.
Professor Martina Linnenluecke, head of Macquarie University’s Centre for Corporate Sustainability and Environmental Finance, explains.
Schools, hospitals and universities stand to benefit from a Macquarie University invention, which can cut download speeds in a classroom from 40 minutes to 24 seconds.
Health and Medicine
Lymphoedema in Sharne Willoughby’s left leg meant she could hardly walk. Since liposuction at Macquarie Health, she has run five half-marathons.
Neurobiologist Prof Ralph Martins is conducting a world-first trial exploring whether testosterone and fish oil may prove to be the key in preventing Alzheimer's disease.
A new breast health clinic at Macquarie University Hospital is revolutionising the way women can access specialist treatment.
Children with hearing loss face challenges learning language, but a new Macquarie University project will explore how to help them more effectively learn to listen and speak.
Science and Technology
Astronomers from Macquarie University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have revealed for the first time the true shape of the Milky Way.
A chemist, a geologist and a young scientist are among five Macquarie University leaders who we asked what needs to change to get more women into top jobs in science.
Arts and Society
Teens are so lit when it comes to being amazing linguistic innovators, says Dr Nick Wilson. And here's 13 things your teens are saying now, translated.
No. In fact, it can become a serious mental health issue, explains Dr Natasha Magson, Research Associate at Macquarie University's Centre for Emotional Health.
It's not just the media who need to keep up with the continuing controversy coming out of the White House. the Age of Trump with its flat-out spectacle has brought new dynamism to the teaching of American politics, says Macquarie University lecturer Dr Lloyd Cox.
Analysing fake artefacts helps historians to understand the motivations and environments that give rise to forgeries.
The global school strike on March 15 gives students who are too young to vote a platform to be heard - and that can have powerful consequences, Macquarie University social research has found.
Through a partnership with Macquarie, a 1920s coal depot has been transformed into a community garden, science lab and outdoor classroom, with more plans afoot.
The quest to understand how sharks perceive their world has led Macquarie researchers to develop a surfboard with lights that could save the lives of surfers and divers.
The potential for money laundering by rogue banks will diminish as Australia transitions to a cashless society, says Macquarie University finance Professor Tom Smith.
A study of census data shows the Australian-born are less likely to reach the top of companies than people born overseas.