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Environmental action at UniSC
To celebrate World Environment Day on 5 June, we've gathered stories from the last year highlighting some of the environmental action and research happening at UniSC.
We have lift-off: UniSC aims to deliver electric flying taxi
Commuters could be catching a taxi in the sky from the Sunshine Coast to Brisbane by 2030, if a new student project goes to plan.
Meet the Seaweed Research Group
UniSC's Seaweed Research Group is improving environmental, economic and social outcomes through the production of world-class seaweed research and development.
UniSC secures grants to research iconic species across Queensland
From grey nurse sharks in Moreton Bay and birds of prey on K’gari to manta rays off Cairns and sawfish in Cape York – UniSC has gained new funding for research and citizen science projects to help protect some of the state’s most iconic and threatened species.
Cutting edge science to help save iconic species
UniSC's Detection Dogs for Conservation are working with groups across the Sunshine Coast to save the region's koalas.