Left: Variable dwarf kingfisher; right: Monkey-faced bats. Both are native to the Solomon Islands and the monkey-faced bat species are recognised by the IUCN RedList as endangered or critically endangered

Wildlife lovers can help The University of Queensland provide free conservation textbooks to more than 250 high schools in the Solomon Islands through the UQ Giving program.

12 July 2016

The University of Queensland and Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries researchers have developed a clean and safe insecticide to combat nuisance flies in cattle feedlots, using spores of a naturally occurring fungi.

21 January 2016
Subtropical antechinus … males die after sex. Photo: Daniela Parra Faundes

Scientists from The University of Queensland are the first in the world to discover why programmed suicidal reproduction is likely to occur in mammals.

8 October 2013

Australia’s tropical mammals are in trouble, with a quarter of species suffering serious decline since 1970, and the devastation evident in iconic areas such as Kakadu National Park.

20 June 2013

UQ's performance in the highly competitive Australian Research Council (ARC) funding arena has gone from strength to strength with the announcement of successful Future Fellowships and Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA) yesterday (...

15 November 2011

Providing artificial shelter for the endangered bridled nailtail wallaby may be one key to increasing its numbers in the wild, according to a University of Queensland study.

23 October 1997