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Network analysis of coral - associated bacteria and chemotactic responses

Coral and chemotaxis

Novel tools allow in situ measurement of coral associated bacterial interactions for the first time
Research update
Spanish mackerel bio-accumulate ciguatoxis

Catch of the day

C3 scientists Olivier Laczka and Shauna Murray enlist the help of NSW fishing clubs to gather data on fish that poison
2014 has been announced as the hottest year on record. And did you know the ocean is the best place to measure temperature changes. But what happens to the marine ecosystem when the heat rises?
A novel in-situ chemotaxis assay has helped to reveal the chemotactic abilities of natural bacterial populations on the Great Barrier Reef for the first time.
UTS research aims to prevent fish that poison from becoming the ‘catch of the day’
C3 scientists are part of a team studying the effects of elevated carbon dioxide on Antarctic marine microbial communities.