The centre's purpose is to build capacity for and quality of research, including postgraduate research and supervision. To do so, we recognise excellence in research, learning and supervision, run an innovative graduate program in evolution and ecology, and engage in public outreach relating to evolution and ecology.
A relatively simple mixture of chemicals can produce some of the compounds needed to form RNA, UNSW scientists have shown.
Bats may have lived in caves and used soundwaves to navigate much earlier than first thought.
New research suggests insects have pollinated flowers since the pollen-bearing blooms first evolved more than 140 million years ago.