A team of Australian ecology researchers have found two species of Australian bees that have, for the first time, adapted their vision for night-time conditions, a research paper claims.
Scientists from three universities — Professor Peter Veitch from University of Adelaide, Professor David McClelland and Professor Susan Scott from Australian National University and Professor Emeritus David Blair from University of Western Australia — have won the the Prime Minister's Prize for Science, Australia's most prestigious award for scientific research.
Scientists and engineers at the University of Adelaide have found a new means that could be used to screen cereal crops for frost damage.
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