From the classroom to the reef
What’s it like to study marine science in Australia? Marissa Hutchings explains what it was like getting her hands wet on Orpheus Island, South Australia and the Galapagos Islands.
Walking on glass: cutting edge sustainability
Discovered more than 5000 years ago, glass is 100 per cent recyclable, and being a sustainable product, it retains its quality and has a number of multi-purpose uses.
Diving into new discoveries
Marine science in 3D
The Great Barrier Reef needs to adapt to climate change. Eoghan Aston recreates corals in 3D to find out which stress-resilient corals are best suited as refuges for smaller reef fish.
Super prawns of the future
Australian scientists are racing to breed better, stronger ‘super prawns’ to help meet the increasing demand of a global population that’s in serious need of a sustainable protein source.