The Biodiversity Roadshow will include opportunities to get involved in citizen science activities

Would you like to know more about the remarkable diversity on Brisbane’s doorstep in Moreton Bay, extending from corals to manta rays?

10 October 2017
Soldier crabs are commonly found in Moreton Bay

Caress a crab, count the number of tiny animals living on a piece of seaweed, and discover the biological diversity of Moreton Bay at The University of Queensland Biodiversity Road Show.

4 April 2017
Spoonbills near UQ’s Moreton Bay Research Station. Photo by Lucy Trippett.

The future of Moreton Bay will be the focus of a public regional forum at The University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus from 1-3 November.

20 September 2016

One of the most feared animals on earth will be the subject of a new University of Queensland and Cornell University Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).

27 May 2016
Tarwine, a fish commonly found in South East Queensland estuaries and rocky or sandy coastal areas.

Keen anglers heading out this long weekend should seek a quiet spot or prepare themselves for disappointment, new University of Queensland research shows.

21 April 2016
Dr Robert Endean has had a reef named after him.

Respected marine scientist and former University of Queensland academic Dr Robert Endean has been posthumously honoured with the naming of the Bob Endean Reef off the Far North Queensland coast.

4 February 2015
Coral reef monitoring in the Solomon Islands

A multidisciplinary team from The University of Queensland have produced a new book to help promote sustainability in the Solomon Islands.

17 June 2011
University of California students at Lamington National Park

It could be argued that one of the best things that can be done to protect the environment is to educate bright young students about ecology, wherever they come from in the world.

7 September 2010

The University of Queensland has recognised some of its most innovative, dedicated and exceptional teachers at its annual teaching awards tonight (Monday, October 30).

30 October 2006

The University of Queensland`s Moreton Bay Research Station (MBRS) on North Stradbroke Island hosted more than 35 of the world’s top marine scientists for three weeks in February, as part of the 13th International Marine Biological Workshop. UQ News...

2 March 2005

Moreton Bay marine life will be put further under the microscope in new teaching and laboratory space at The University of Queensland’s Moreton Bay Research Station.

30 November 2004

Senior industry figures will inspect progress of the University of Queensland's new $2 million marine research station being built on Stradbroke Island.

20 September 1999

A University of Queensland academic has authored what is believed to be the most comprehensive survey of women ever conducted in Australia.

19 May 1998

University of Queensland masters in zoology student Darryl Whitehead is seeking the help of Brisbane anglers to make some shocking discoveries this year.

8 May 1998

More than 1000 primary and secondary students from throughout Queensland are expected to visit the University of Queensland for National Science Week activities from May 2 to 10.

23 April 1998

University of Queensland masters in zoology student Darryl Whitehead is seeking the help of Brisbane anglers to make some shocking discoveries this year.

26 March 1998

University of Queensland fish researcher Kathy Townsend probably gets more bites than most anglers.

11 March 1998

The Port of Brisbane Corporation will donate $750,000 to assist with construction of a new Moreton Bay Research Station and Study Centre at Dunwich, North Stradbroke Island.

4 November 1997