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  2. Thumbnail for Interest in Uni piqued at Agfest

    Interest in Uni piqued at Agfest

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/interest-in-uni-piqued-at-agfest
    2 Sep 2022: What do Tasmanian devils, drones, compost, video games and microscopes have in common? They were all found inside the University of Tasmania Pavilion at Agfest this year. More than 12,000 people visited the University’s new location nestled in one
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    Two courses to bridge the gap

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2019/913-two-courses-to-bridge-the-gap
    24 Aug 2019: Charlotte McRae, enjoyed graduating with her Bachelor of Marine and Antarctic Science, but she couldn’t spend too long celebrating. “It hasn’t changed much because I have already started my master’s but it was a good experience. There were
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    Dive into a marine science career

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2018/730-dive-into-a-marine-science-career
    27 Sep 2018: Are you passionate about the environment, love the ocean, and enjoy science? Studying a Marine and Antarctic Studies degree could be a perfect fit for you. With an extraordinary natural environment, a relaxed lifestyle and a world-leading study
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    Marine science for maths lovers

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2018/731-marine-science-for-maths-lovers
    27 Sep 2018: Do you care deeply about the environment? Do the politics of environmental management fascinate you? As technology progresses and the human population grows, the environment is being put under more stress. That’s why society needs more graduates
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    Moreton Bay bug on the menu

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2018/664-moreton-bay-bug-on-the-menu
    16 Jul 2018: The Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) researchers who developed a world-first method to breed rock lobsters commercially have now paved the way for a Moreton Bay bug aquaculture industry in Tasmania. Based at IMAS’s Taroona
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    Musicians to perform in aid of endangered handfish

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/handfish-fundraising-concert
    15 Aug 2022: Music and rare fish may have little in common, but the two will be the focal point of a special one-hour event at The Hedberg on August 19. The University of Tasmania School of Creative Arts and Media is hosting a benefit concert for the Handfish
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    Seismic airguns' noise harming scallops

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2017/415-seismic-airguns-noise-harming-scallops
    18 Sep 2017: Tests conducted by researchers from Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) and Curtin University have found that noise from seismic airguns used for marine oil and gas exploration significantly increases mortality in scallops. Published
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    Science undergrads get an amazing seafaring experience

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2019/837-science-undergrads-get-an-amazing-seafaring-experience
    14 Mar 2019: Led by a team of researchers and students from the University of Tasmania, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation’s (CSIRO) RV Investigator sailed on a two-week voyage to discover long-hidden secrets of Tasmania’s
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    Detective or explorer...you decide!

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2017/384-detective-or-exploreryou-decide
    21 Aug 2017: It’s no secret that scientists get to do some amazing stuff. They see things in a different way. It might be scanning the frozen landscape of Antarctica from the deck of a research vessel, it might be investigating outer space through a telescope,
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    Artistic mysteries of the ocean floor revealed

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2017/285-artistic-mysteries-of-the-ocean-floor-revealed
    23 May 2017: Technological advances in scientific imaging of the seafloor are allowing researchers to reveal stunning landscapes previously hidden at the bottom of the world’s oceans. Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) scientist Dr Vanessa

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