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Research Position
Position available in C3, Research Associate Marine Phytoplankton

Research Associate: Marine Phytoplankton

Applications are open for a Research Associate with expertise in microbial ecology and processes to join C3 and play a key role in a recently funded ARC Discovery Project. Applications close 22nd July 2014. UTS application IRC 32743
Featured Research
Fish were injected with cells associated with marine toxins and fed to predator fish to test toxin bioaccumulation

Marine toxin update

Shauna Murray and Gurjeet Kohli's recently published research highlights the complexities of working with marine microalgae and the work being done to better understand marine toxins
C3 PhD candidate Alex Thomson is having an exceptional year, publishing her first paper as lead author and winning an AMSA presentation award before heading to Denmark to learn more about seagrass degradation rates.
Researchers from the C3 Seafood Safety program are investigating marine toxins that have the potential to harm both human health and important seafood industries.
Landmark study into marine algae potential for adaptation to climate change wins award for best paper in top journal in this field.
C3 PhD candidate Jeff Kelleway learns the art of science communication