24 September: Memorandum Of Understanding for licensing of AIMS Bioresources Library to Griffith University
A new study has revealed sharks in no-fishing zones in the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) Marine Park are more abundant when the coral is healthy. Read More
Microbial ecologist and former AIMS@JCU student Jean-Baptiste Raina was awarded the Tom Brock postdoctoral award... Read More
An AIMS-led international study shows how a holistic approach to reef management could boost coral reef resilience under environmental change. Read More
Townsville is preparing to be dazzled by twenty young marine scientists who are each presenting their research today. Read More
To conclude this year's Biodiversity Month, we take a look at how close researchers are to answering the seemingly simple question - how many species are there on Earth? Read more.
September is Biodiversity Month in Australia, with Threatenend Species Day falling on September 7. In recognition of this annual Department of Environment initiative, we will be highlighting AIMS biodiversity projects, including this story on the impact of ghost nets on Australia's northern sea turtle population. Read more.
AIMS researchers continue to monitor and evaluate the effects of cyclones on coral reefs in Australia