• Seals on the job for IMOS for ten years now

    This southern summer, IMOS Animal Tracking Facility scientist Clive McMahon and his team intend to tag 15–20 seals at Davis research station in Antarctica. These animals will carry state-of-the-art oceanographic tags for a year,...[more]

  • Undercurrent exhibition opens in Hobart

    Artist Diane Masters has been inspired by plankton in her current exhibition[more]

  • International ocean science leader visits Hobart

    Dr Vladimir Ryabinin, Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, paid a visit to Hobart this week. [more]

  • Farewell and thanks to a great collaborator

    The IMOS community says ‘farewell and thanks’ to Zdenka Willis, Director of the US Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) Program Office who retires at the end of January 2017. [more]

  • Head of South African coastal observation visits IMOS office during Antarctic circumnavigation

    IMOS hosted a visit by Dr Tommy Bornman from the South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON). He is on the Cape Town to Hobart leg of the Swiss Polar Institute Antarctic circumpolar expedition (ACE) which arrived in...[more]

  • NSW-IMOS announces leadership change

    Following a meeting on 11 January, the New South Wales node of IMOS (NSW-IMOS) announced that Justin Seymour, from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) will take over leadership of the node. Tim Ingleton from the NSW Office...[more]