Little study has big insights
Tasmanian Little Penguin study casts light on foraging behaviour.
Deep-ocean rocks will help answer Coral Sea questions millions of years in the making.
Charlotte’s just received her bachelor’s and she’s already onto her next degree.
Lobster organs and reflexes damaged by marine seismic surveys.
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.
Exploring submarine volcanoes aboard CSIRO’s RV Investigator.
A sea-level rise calculator developed with the help of University scientists is helping make decisions about safe places to build near Australian shorelines.
Around Australia every day, thousands of people interact with marine life in many ways.
Did you know your passion for maths, physics or policy can lead to a career in marine science?
Here’s why Tasmania is an amazing place to study Marine and Antarctic science.
Is there any such things as an average day when your office is Antarctica? We asked scientist Dr Felicity McCormack.
The kelp forest’s best defence against long-spined urchins is hiding deep within the crevices of Tasmania’s rocky reefs.
The symbolic story of Antarctica's portable reactor.