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"The science we need for the oceans we want "
UN Decade of Ocean Science

 

Seaweed Forest Festival, Manly 2021
9th April - 9th May, Manly Art Gallery and Museum


Science, art and community come together in a month long festival of talks, underwater tours, artwork, music and food - all celebrating the beauty and importance of our local marine environments and the seaweed forests that fuel these ecosystems.
The festival is generously funded by a My Community Grant from the NSW Government.
EXPLORE THE SEAWEED FORESTS FESTIVAL
Women in Leadership

As we've recently celebrated International Womens Day, we wanted to share a podcast from the ABC Science Show, as host Robyn Williams chats with SIMS CEO, Professor Martina Doblin about the present and future of research at SIMS.
 
CATCH UP ON THE EXCELLENT PODCAST HERE
Sea-habilitation at the Museum of Design in South Australia

A Living Seawalls installation at Port Adelaide, South Australia is central to the Museum of Design's Sea-habilitation exhibition.  The exhibition provides visitors to the museum with a wonderful opportunity to explore the work of Reef Design Lab and Living Seawalls.
 
COME AND EXPLORE THE SEA-HABILITATION EXHIBIT
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