Putting seafood sustainability on a platter
JCU PhD Candidate Phoebe Arbon says it is important for us to understand threats to the sustainability of our seafood, like the pathogens that might threaten production in the prawn industry.
A case for cricket cuisine
Did you know people have been eating insects for millennia? JCU Professor Andreas Lopata shares how we can create a safe and sustainable future with insect proteins on our plates.
Diving into new discoveries
Home grown innovation
JCU Alumni Jennifer McKee is helping farmers of the Far North manage their reporting and recordkeeping with Grower Support, an innovative digital platform that manages compliance with confidence.
From frame to float: building the JCU robot boat
JCU student and team captain Ethan Waters takes us behind the scenes of putting a robot on the seas for the Maritime RobotX Challenge in Sydney.
Veterinary and Animal Science
A life of animals and adventure
After working with animals all across the globe, JCU Alumni Dr Campbell Costello is back on Australian soil running his own veterinary business.
Sails and tails
For JCU Alumni Dr Sheridan Lathe, a Bachelor of Veterinary Science didn’t just mean clinic work. Find out how Sheridan uses her degree to treat animals all across the globe.
Where JCU can take you
Through the looking glass of science
Driven by a curiosity for science, JCU PhD graduate Nafisa Tamanna now gets to apply her expertise in real-world scenarios, supporting new engineering projects in the Townsville region.
Going the distance with drones and data
What stories can drones tell us about our most valuable ecosystems? Dr Karen Joyce realised drones capture a treasure trove of data; so, she co-founded GeoNadir, an online drone data sharing platform.