Disease and life: The vast world of microbes revealed at Korean conference

AIMS scientists revealed the fascinating and useful world of marine microbes at the 15th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME) in Seoul in Korea in August.

Northern Territory: Tackling mercury in barramundi

AIMS scientists in Darwin, the Northern Territory Fisheries Division of the Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries and a team of indigenous rangers are set to investigate the reasons why...

Welcome from AIMS CEO, John Gunn

Welcome from AIMS CEO, John Gunn Dear Reader, I am delighted to welcome you back to the AIMS quarterly newsletter, Waypoint, which we are...

News in brief - Spring 2014

A quick overview of some of AIMS' latest news and activities.

Exploration: Journey to Mer

AIMS scientist, Dr Hugh Sweatman, speaks about fascinating scientific journeys to some little-known reefs.

Thursday Island Festival showcases eAtlas

The cultures and colours of the communities of Torres Strait were on show in September.

11 Sep: Sharks more abundant on healthy coral reefs

A new study by researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science and James Cook University has revealed sharks in no-fishing zones in the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) Marine Park are more...