Posts Tagged ‘australian’

The genus Amegilla (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Anthophorini) in Australia: A revision of the subgenera Notomegilla and Zonamegilla

ZooKeys 653: 79-140
DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.653.11177
Authors: Remko Leijs, Michael Batley, Katja Hogendoorn
Abstract: The Australian bees in the subgenera Notomegilla and Zonamegilla of the genus Amegilla are revised. Commonly in Aus…

Scientists create most detailed map of the Milky Way

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Oct 21, 2016

Australian scientists have worked with researchers in Germany to create the most detailed map of the Milky Way, using the world’s largest radio telescopes.

The HI4PI project, which is a combination of an A…

In Australia, Academic Contracts Threaten Freed Speech

Some universities are attempting to insert new clauses into their employment contracts that aim to limit academics’ ability to speak freely in public debate. All universities acknowledge the role that academics have in public engagement. The University of Sydney for example, states that staff “are encouraged to engage in debate on matters of public importance”. […]

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Birds “behave like human musicians”? This is getting ridiculous.

From ScienceDaily: The pied butcherbird, a very musical species, provided a wealth of intriguing data for analysis by co-author Eathan Janney, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Psychology at CUNY’s Hunter College. Janney based his analysis upon years of data collected and also analyzed by violinist and biomusicologist Hollis Taylor of Macquarie University, who […]

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