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Assoc Prof Shauna Murray

Fish poisoning on the rise

Shauna Murray leads the Seafood Safety Program at UTS and warns that ciguatera fish poisoning is on the rise in Australia
PhD Scholarship
Seagrasses are keystone species, UTS research explores seagrass adaptation to climate change

Seagrass research opportunity

PhD scholarship available for candidate with plant molecular physiology background to examine the adaptation of seagrass to environmental stress and climate change. Applications close 15th January 2015
C3 scientists are part of a team studying the effects of elevated carbon dioxide on Antarctic marine microbial communities.
The chemicals behind the characteristic smell of the sea could be a key indicator of change in tropical marine ecosystems according to a new study
C3 researchers designed a new flow chamber, allowing them to use fragile microsensors to reveal that seagrasses modify the chemical conditions in sediments to protect themselves from toxins.
C3's Martina Doblin has been apointed to the ARC College of Experts