• Marine ecosystems benefit from collaboration between IMOS and data processing software developers

    The IMOS Bio-Acoustic sub-facility is part of an international effort to observe how mid-water prey species such as small fish, squid, krill and jellyfish are distributed. [more]

  • Vale Gary Meyers

    The IMOS community is mourning the passing of its foundation Director, Dr Gary Meyers.[more]

  • Sustained funding for sustained observing

    The University of Tasmania reports on Federal Education and Training Minister Simon Birmingham's recent announcement of a $14.2 Million allocation to IMOS for 2016-17, under NCRIS.[more]

  • Blue economy on the global agenda

    IMOS Director, Tim Moltmann, has recently returned from two international ocean science and technology conferences at which the blue economy has been a headline issue. The 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting in New Orleans and Oceanology...[more]

  • Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham visits the IMOS Ocean glider Facility

    The Minister took time during his visit to the Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre on Monday to check out NCRIS-funded IMOS infrastructure. [more]

  • The EAC Array – Revealing the Boundary Current

    Data from an IMOS East Australian Current (AEC) array of moorings provide a significant advance in our understanding of the system and begin to expose its complexity.[more]