The IMOS Advisory Board held their first meeting on the 3rd May 2007, at the University of Tasmania.
In the final of a series looking behind the edoors of some of the State's biggest science establishments, Alison Andrews talks to CSIRO Tasmania scientists whose work is part of international research determining the...
Canada is poised to bolster its position as a global leader in the development of better fisheries management and the understanding of climate change, thanks to a $35 million investment awarded today to Dalhousie University by...
RESEARCH infrastructure to build Australia's economic, social and environmental objectives has received a boost with the release of $500million during the next five years.
A TASMANIAN-based ocean observation system will plumb the secrets of the deep blue sea and provide vital data for hundreds of marine scientists.
The Australian Government today announced that UTAS is to be the headquarters of a national marine facility worth $94 million.
Scientists have for the first time been able to measure properties of the ocean such as turbidity during a tropical cyclone in Australia. The results have taken them by surprise.