Ecologically sustainable development is just as important below the waterline as it is in our cities and towns, write Katherine Dafforn, Emma Johnston, Joanne Banks and Mariana Mayer-Pinto.
Six UNSW researchers have the honour of speaking at this year’s Science at the Shine Dome event in Canberra - a three-day gathering held by the Australian Aacademy of Science.
Sydney rock oysters could have a role as biomonitors of the health of our waterways, acting as sensitive indicators of harmful levels of contaminants in water and sediments.
For her exceptional leadership and research, marine ecologist Emma Johnston has won the inaugural Nancy Millis Medal for Women in Science, awarded by the Australian Academy of Science on International Women's Day.
Marine scientist Professor Emma Johnston is co-starring in Coast Australia, a new television series exploring the country’s coastline and telling the stories of the people and wildlife living there.
Slight changes in the timing of the annual loss of sea-ice could have dire consequences for polar ecosystems, by allowing a lot more sunlight to reach the sea floor, a new study shows.
Five distinguished UNSW researchers have been recognised for excellence across three very different categories in this year's New South Wales Scientist of the Year awards.
UNSW scientists are part of a new national campaign aimed at countering misinformation in science.
Contaminated seaweeds in Sydney Harbour could be threatening the small animals that feed on them, according to UNSW research.