The University of Queensland has a range of experts available to talk to media in relation to World Environment Day on 5 June and World Oceans Day on 8 June.

1 June 2018
The SEMAT system is being deployed in the Logan and Ipswich regions

Cash-poor local councils and developing countries don’t need huge budgets to obtain valuable, continuous environmental data to inform sustainable management policies, new research suggests.

22 August 2017
UQ Researchers deploying marine monitors in Moreton Bay.

The impact of recent floods on Queensland's environmentally sensitive coast will be monitored using cutting-edge marine monitoring technology being deployed in Moreton Bay today (4/2/2011).

3 February 2011
A visualisation of the flood plume in Moreton Bay. Courtesy Mitchell Lyons

UQ experts are helping to accurately map and measure the health of Moreton Bay following the recent floods.

28 January 2011

The Great Barrier Reef and other sensitive environments could in future be managed with the help of a marine wireless network developed by University of Queensland (UQ)-led research.

17 August 2008

Italian and Queensland scientists are putting military and industrial technology underwater to improve reef research and revolutionise marine data collection.

3 December 2007

Removing sediment and reducing industrial runoff into Moreton Bay will not only help control fireweed but improve the general health of the Bay, UQ research shows.

29 November 2007

A delegation of senior coastal environment managers from the Cook Islands is in Queensland this week learning the keys to successful marine conservation.

11 September 2006

First there was one, and now there are six baby koalas - the world's first marsupial offspring born following artificial insemination of their mothers

27 October 1998

A Queensland research team today announced the birth of the world's first koala baby, following artificial insemination of its mother.

14 May 1998