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Want to help preserve natural ecosystems, design public spaces, or address the challenges of climate change? Find it working with animals, conservation and sustainability, environmental science, environmental management and protection, or urban design and town planning.
If you’re thinking of studying environmental studies, it’s all happening at UniSC.
Spider venom could be key to stopping devasting honeybee mite.
A University of the Sunshine Coast researcher is investigating whether spider and scorpion venoms have the potential to save Australia’s honeybees from the invasive and deadly varroa mite parasite.
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How a man in a monkey cage decided to save the planet, ...one tree at a time.
Professor Andy Marshall admits his career in threatened ecosystems and tropical biodiversity had a cheeky beginning – when he lived in a monkey cage for a week at a zoo in England.
UniSC opens high-tech lab to improve urban areas
The high-tech Bioclimatic and Sociotechnical Cities (BASC) Lab is now open, with the goal of making towns and cities more comfortable and healthy.