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A marine ecologist using rigorous science and innovative public engagement techniques has won UNSW Sydney’s inaugural Emerging Thought Leader prize.

A beautiful seagrass is endangered in parts of NSW, but a team of “underwater gardeners” led by a UNSW marine ecologist is working to stem its decline.
UNSW Sydney’s Dean of Science, Professor Emma Johnston, has been elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.

Congratulations to Aaron Puckeridge who won the junior award for outstanding oral presentation at this year’s Australian Society for Fish Biology in Canberra.

Fishers use tuna's natural attraction to floating objects to lure them near GPS-equipped rafts. However, these rafts are attracting increasing concern.
How should we be building along the global coast? A framework by UNSW scientists delivers some much-needed answers.
Marine heatwaves are a much bigger threat to coral reefs than previously thought, research revealing a previously unrecognized impact of climate change on coral reefs has shown.
Some 58 metres of sea level rise is locked up in Antartica's ice sheets, and it's melting faster than expected.
Explore the hidden wonder of Sydney's coral reefs or discover the feminist history of the internet when UNSW celebrates all things science.
Ahead of tomorrow’s World Oceans Day, UNSW scientists are sharing their experience and expertise in celebration of our oceans.
50% of surveyed NSW coastal users don’t think that sea level rise will impact them, a report into the NSW community’s views on coastal hazards shows.
A UNSW study has found the length that tailor are reaching maturity has increased by 5cm in four decades, which means some fish are currently being removed too early in their life cycle through the practice of fishing.

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