New research has confirmed that corals reefs along the Kimberley coastline will not recover quickly from an extreme event such
Unprecedented global collaboration across many disciplines is needed to overcome the research challenges of scaling up sexual production of corals, to help t
Research finds current models underestimate the impact of hurricanes and typhoons on coral reef communities.
New results indicate the potential for 'assisted evolution' to increase the thermal tolerance of corals, and thus help their adaptation.
AIMS research finds the destructive starfish is eaten more often than thought.
A team of scientists from AIMS, CSIRO and the University of Melbourne has successfully produced in a laboratory setting a coral that is more resistant to increased seawater temperatures.
An impressive $2.25 million solar system is now set to deliver a major savings at AIMS' headquarters.
The Australian Institute of Marine Science is set to play a crucial role in the next stage of the largest coordinate
Remotely operated vehicles used by the oil and gas sector can be enhanced to gather more scientific data, researchers say
In another “hit” to the Australian environment this Summer, the Great Barrier Reef experienced extensive and widespread coral bleaching.
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