Little study has big insights
Tasmanian Little Penguin study casts light on foraging behaviour.
Lobster organs and reflexes damaged by marine seismic surveys.
Gemma knew the University of Tasmania was the best place for a one-of-a-kind course in Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies.
The two-week expedition to Henderson Island was led by Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies' Dr Jennifer Lavers.
Research estimates Indian Ocean islands are littered with 238 tonnes of plastic.
Studying a Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation helped Chris Burritt develop the idea for a business built on transforming organic waste into biofuel.
People with chronic respiratory diseases in Tasmania and the ACT can manage their condition better by using air quality alerts issued via a free App, AirRater, developed at the University of Tasmania.
A unique experiment is exploring the link between fire and herbivore activity.
The University of Tasmania has been awarded for its leadership in sustainability.
Study suggests rock lobster fishery resilience to climate change.
PhD candidate Anna Riddell and Professor Matt King (Surveying and Spatial Sciences, School of Land and Food) investigate.
New research finds there's no escaping ocean plastic.
Thomas has set his sights on improving waste management on campus.