2012 Postgraduate Conference
Twenty three of the Schools brightest attended the 2012 School of Biological Sciences Postgraduate Conference held at Alexandra Headlands.

Young Blake Expeditions
Libby Liggins has been named as a crew member and mentor aboard a ship headed to the Kermadec Islands in New Zealand, leaving this week.
Dr Libby Liggins 13/08/2012

Annual Steve Irwin Memorial Lecture and Luncheon, 2012
A graduate of UQ’s Bachelor of Science (Honours, 1996) and PhD (2006) programs, Conrad always knew his destiny lay in wildlife research and conservation. His studies have taken him to many extraordinary places around the world and have resulted in the discovery of spectacular new species, the rediscovery of a frog species long thought to be extinct, and the discovery of processes by which new species can form (particularly in hybrid zones). He is credited with having discovered or co-discovered 13 new frog and reptile species.
Conrad Hoskin - July 2012

Students reveal Great Barrier Reef biodiversity
Undergraduate students from The University of Queensland's School of Biological Sciences have embarked on a project to document the unique biodiversity that exists in Australia's coral reefs.
Professor Bernie Degnan 23/04/2012

Wormscan is an innovation
Brothers Mark and Neal Mathew from the Ebert Lab have developed a simplified, cheaper, all-purpose method they say can be used by scientists around the globe to more easily count the blind worms (Caenorhabditis elegans or C.elegans).
Mark Matthew & Neal Matthew - March 2012

Students reveal great barrier reef biodiversity
Undergraduate students have embarked on a project to document hidden and unappreciated biodiversity that exists on coral reefs.
- March 2012

Austrade student video

One of our Canadian Study Abroad students, Steven Oishi, has won an Austrade video competition about his experiences at UQ.
Steven Oishi - November 2011

How do reefs recover after a disaster?
Libby Liggins has just been announced as one of the year's Smart Futures PhD Scholarships recipients, and she is over the moon.
Libby Liggins 18/05/2011

Dugong researcher unlocking mysteries of species

Dugong researcher Elizabeth Burgess has been awarded a Queensland-Smithsonian Fellowship 2010.
Elizabeth Burgess 17/06/2010

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