Bird bacteria linked to horse and human health
Pregnancy losses in horses have been traced to a strain of bird chlamydia by researchers from the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) and University of the Sunshine Coast.
Exotic sea snacks the focus of student research
A duo of ocean delicacies - sea grapes and sea cucumbers – are the focus of two international research projects at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
June 8 World Oceans Day: USC experts available
It’s World Oceans Day on June 8 and the University of the Sunshine Coast has a broad group of marine experts available to comment on a range of topics.
Noosa land use is transforming
From producing coffee to alpacas, the way we use the Noosa hinterland is transforming, and a USC environmental planning expert wants to know more.
Checklist to boost gender equality in science
A global snapshot of more than 200 scientific societies has confirmed that female scientists still have a long way to go in their bid for gender equality.
Local research boosted by Rotary funds
Sunshine Coast studies into the psychology of cancer survival, mental health and a devastating fish disease will be boosted by 2018 Rotary Postgraduate Scholarships.