Marine science and safety shared a birds-eye view of a natural phenomenon on the Great Barrier Reef when AIMS and AMSA joined forces to track ocean currents.
Scientists from AIMS and US-based SECORE International are working together to help the Great Barrier Reef recover and become more resistant to future bleaching
AIMS has welcomed 60 international scientists and data analysts to the 76th Multibeam Sonar Training course at Townsville headquarters.
The latest scientific research into coral bleaching has been bound in a second edition of the book Coral Bleaching; Patterns, Processes, Causes and Consequences.
AIMS met with members of the United States’ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) when their ship docked in Darwin.
The Australian Institute of Marine Science has welcomed its first Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement co-ordinator Traceylee Forester,
Wing Chan, PhD student with University of Melbourne and AIMS describes her life-changing experience to Antarctica with Homeward Bound in early 2018.
Australian and New Zealand scientific research organisations establish the first formal collaboration for their research ships.
AIMS scientists across Australia have found at least two coral species have the genetic diversity to help them adapt to changing environmental conditions.
Fish poo could hold the answer to tackling large numbers of crown-of-thorns starfish which are eating the Great Barrier Reef.
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