Aboriginal Science & Knowledge
THE berries of Grevillea pyramidalis ssp. Leucadendron have caused severe skin burns to children in remote Aboriginal communities.
DO social conditions have a pronounced influence on Australian Aboriginal populations?
AN ethno-ecologist is researching traditional Aboriginal groups’ ecological impact on wild desert plants, which they harvest for sale to wholesale suppliers.
WESTERN Australian Centre for Health and Ageing Professor Leon Flicker says older Kimberley Aboriginal people have a prevalence of dementia five times as high as non-aboriginal Australians.
A WA researcher has found the land management practices of Indigenous Australians throughout prehistoric times may have altered the climate of the State’s north west resulting in a hotter and longer dry season..
THE world's second-largest rimmed meteorite crater is of considerable interest to traditional Aboriginal Law and modern science.
AN Australian research team including international scientists has published findings that reinterpret the history of early Aboriginal descendants.
JARLMADANGAH Burru community holds a joint patent for a traditional Aboriginal pain-killing medicine with Griffith University.
FORTY-five Indigenous secondary students from years nine, ten and 11 travelled from around the State in July to UWA for an Indigenous Science, Engineering and Health Camp.