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The School of Environment is part of the new School of Life Sciences.
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UTS Science PhD Teigan Cremona with northern quoll

Creative conservation in action

A new documentary showcases three outstanding research conservation projects and is the first official publication of the new School of Life Sciences
Research Spotlight
Stomata have a big influence on the way our planet functions.

Modelling stomata behaviour

Scientists can better predict the future behaviour of vegetation in a changing climate thanks to an international collaboration
A chance discovery has put an entirely new perspective on the ecology of the microscopic plants that help drive coral reef formation.
A new study has found many "environmentally-friendly" labeled seafoods have enormous carbon footprints that the consumer may not be aware of.
As a result of an international collaboration, involving UTS Environment Professor Derek Eamus, scientists can better predict future behaviour of vegetation, including crops, in a changing climate.
UTS research has shown Spiny Chromis coral reef fish have the ability to compensate for the gender bias caused by rising ocean temperatures.

Emily Strautins

Photo of Environment honours student, Emily Strautins

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Environmental Science

"Staff and lecturers at UTS are not only inspiring and highly varied in their research areas, they are also friendly and down to earth."

Read more about Honours in Environmental Science

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Building 4, 745 Harris Street
Building 7, 638 Jones Street
Ultimo, NSW 2007

Professor William Gladstone
Head of School, School of the Environment

Marea Martlew
Media and Communications Officer
E: Marea.Martlew@uts.edu.au
T: +61 2 9514 1766

Jason Challinor
School Administration Officer
E: Jason.Challinor@uts.edu.au
T: +61 2 9514 1759

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