The Climate Change Cluster (C3) produces new insights into problems facing marine ecosystems by working at the intersection of the physical and life sciences.
C3 news and projects
UTS scientists to work with major surf brand to develop textiles made from seaweed.
Taking a bite out of carbon emissions
A research partnership between the UTS Climate Change Cluster and v2food is exploring ways that algae can transform the way we eat - and provide solutions to the climate crisis.
Come on a C3 tour
Monthly tours of the C3 and Deep Green Biotech Hub give visitors a first-hand look at our innovative research facilities.
Student opportunities with an internationally-recognised marine research institute, working across a diverse range of aquatic ecosystems.