In the countdown to the National Science Week, National Science Communication Challenge, some interesting research has been emerging from across the globe.
The woodlice, Porcellio scaber, has recently been studied by Dr Ivan Tuf.
His team revealed some results that teach us more about invertebrates than we ever imagined.
Samples from over 35, 000 people have provided an insight into the development of melanoma, a disease that affected over 40, 000 Australians between 2005 – 2009.
Research involving six dogs required some impressive canine training and reveal some very interesting results about man’s best friend.
A new layer in the hair shaft has been discovered, raising some interesting questions about different hair types, their origins and function.