Before we bring an animal into our care, the first thing we should ask ourselves is if we can offer the pet a more comfortable, safe, and stimulating life than one they might experience in the wild. John Yaxley writes.
Dr Wendy Fasso from the Central University of Queensland focuses most of her research on how to engage young girls in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) subjects. Sophie Minissale interviews.
Over the past two decades, Tasmanian Devil populations have been swiftly wiped out from large cancerous tumours. The recent breakthrough led by the University of Tasmania (UTAS) suggests that the Devil’s cancer can be cured by cancer. Maddi Howard reports.