The April/May edition of Explore features a double-page spread on some of the key topics discussed at the National Symposium on Racism. Murdoch hosted anti-racism experts from around the world who revealed the latest in the fight against racism.
Also in this edition we speak to two Murdoch researchers debunking some of the myths surrounding asylum seekers.
Read about how researchers have managed to isolate DNA from a 4000-year-old clump of hair and sequence the entire genetic code of a prehistoric Eskimo, revealing what he would have looked like.
Murdoch researchers have also been busy discovering a new fish species and starting a Centre of Excellence for Pain Research.
For all these stories and more, visit the online version of Explore or pick up a copy from stands on campus.