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Sun, 20 Aug 2017

James Cook University in Cairns welcomed 3900 people to its annual Open Day today as locals, along with visitors from interstate and overseas, explored the campus and considered their study and career plans.

Fri, 18 Aug 2017
Invasive species are set for the chop and wetlands feeding into the Great Barrier Reef will benefit as James Cook University partners with a nationwide environmental...

Thu, 17 Aug 2017
JCU’s new, innovative buildings – The Science Place and AITHM, Townsville - have been recognised as the best of their type by the Master Builders North Q...

Wed, 16 Aug 2017
James Cook University in Cairns has launched a new home for Indigenous Australian studies, as well as a new name for the Centre.

Wed, 16 Aug 2017
A James Cook University researcher wants to make it easier for people with disabilities to cope with cyclones – and she needs Queenslanders’ help to do t...

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JCU in the News

Coral reef fish exhibit 'drunken' behaviour from petroleum-based oil
Topics: water-pollution, oil-and-gas, oceans-and-reefs, fish, marine-parks, australia Transcript Humans aren't the only species that...delicate...
18 Jul 2017
Great Barrier Reef: Fish exposed to oil make risky choices, study finds
Small amounts of oil in marine environments cause fish found in the Great Barrier...
18 Jul 2017
‘Benefits of feeding seaweed to cattle need to be seriously looked at’
The potential benefits of introducing seaweed to the diets of cattle deserve to be...
17 Jul 2017
Tech trailblazer Ian Atkinson on embracing change
He works where the rainforest meets the reef: the base of Mount Sorrow in...
15 Jul 2017
A hit love song for toads
James Cook University researchers in Australia say they now know exactly what makes horny...
14 Jul 2017

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