Dear <<First Name>>,

Welcome to our December edition of SIMS NEWS. 

And because it's the festive season we've decided to fill our newsletter with the very best of holiday viewing. So sit back, relax and enjoy marine science research at its best!

Thank you to all of our amazing students, volunteers, community members, supporters and sponsors for an exciting and productive 2019. We look forward to seeing you in 2020!
Because we can't get enough of our Sea Lion Pups

A few weeks ago we hosted Dr Rachael Gray as part of the SIMS public lecture seriesShe told us about her amazing research on the Australian sea lion, and how her team is working on a treatment that could help their population recover. 

Watch the full story in this great video presented by University of Sydney.

 Art Meets Science Meets Kelp 

A wonderful collaboration between scientists, artists and primary school students from Balgowlah North Public School culminated in a fabulous new film launched recently by Zali Steggall OAM, Independent member for Warringah. Thank you to the John T Reid Foundation who enabled this outstanding collaboration.

You are going to love It!

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