Fraser Coast’s marine life excites acclaimed biologist
A marine biologist leading ground-breaking global research into how sea turtles are affected by ingested marine debris and other pollutants has brought her expertise to USC Fraser Coast.
USC research shines light on clever crab
It is the top invertebrate predator and fastest crustacean on the beach, and now the ingenuity of the ghost crab has been revealed to the world by USC researchers.
USC and Council join forces to protect roos
USC and Sunshine Coast Council have launched a “Look after our mob” campaign at Sippy Downs in a bid to conserve the local kangaroo populations.
Runway research plans are taking off at USC
Royal Australian Air Force Flight Lieutenant Sean Jamieson is launching into research at the University of the Sunshine Coast that could help revolutionise how Australian runway surfaces are built.
Horse therapy for Indigenous people the goal of fellowship trip
Equine therapy programs helping Indigenous Americans complete university could be tailored to help Indigenous Australians, says Dr Bindi Bennett.
Research sheds light on mite causing wombat mange
Genetic research led by USC has scratched below the surface to find the potential origins of sarcoptic mange, a disease in wombats that is highly infectious between animals and deadly if untreated.