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Bleached Acropora coral on Heron Island, GBR. Image credit: Jessica Tout

Coral Bleaching

C3 Future Reefs research program takes part in ABC Catalyst program exploring the lethal threat of bleaching to the Great Barrier Reef
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Dr Jean-Baptiste Raina receives 2016 UTS VC ECR Award

Marine microbes and global carbon

Dr Jean-Baptiste Raina, recipient of 2016 Vice Chancellor's Early Career Research Excellence Award is developing new tools to quantify and visualise processes that support our marine fisheries and monitor climate into the future.
The Wildlife One Health Initiative is a dynamic cross-disciplinary team of UTS scientists who aim to tackle wildlife health, loss and extinction.
The Climate Change Cluster continues to attract talented young scientists to its research programs: 2016 is shaping up as a bumper year with three Endeavour Fellows choosing to work with seagrass, coral and oyster experts at UTS Science.
C3 researcher Dr Mathieu Pernice studies microorganisms at the single cell level using state-of-the-art technology. He is sharing his expertise with Australian microbiologists as part of the ASM Visiting Speaker Program
UTS Science won four out of six awards at this year’s UTS Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Research Excellence.