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Join us this month,  in looking to the future of marine science research



 
Auxilium Foundation Kick Starter Prize

SIMS is very excited to partner with the founder of the Auxilium Foundation, John Preston to announce the Auxilium Kick Starter Prize. Auxilium direct 100 % of their funds to helping the environment with a strong skew to aiding ocean health. This award will support pilot projects that will shape the future of marine science, and will assist young researchers compete for future competitive funding.
  It's a wonderful opportunity and we thank Auxilium for their vision.

 
READ THE FULL DETAILS OF THE PRIZE HERE
Restore or Redefine: Future Trajectories for Restoration

In a fascinating interview, Professor Peter Steinberg, inaugural director of SIMS and Director of the World Harbour Project discusses emerging genetic technologies for restoration and how we can build adaptive capacity in those populations that we are trying to restore.
 
LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW FROM FACULTI
Congratulations to our 2021 Fulbright Scholar

Congratulations to Professor Iain Suthers from SIMS and UNSW Sydney who was recently announced as a 2021 Fulbright Scholar.
The Fulbright program is a highly prestigious scholarship aimed at increasing research collaboration and the exchange of ideas. Iain  plans to use his scholarship to continue his work in forecasting the annual supply of young fish to fisheries.

 
READ THE FULL STORY HERE

 CSIRO RV Investigator Voyage

Our Fulbright Scholar, Professor Iain Suthers, recently joined a three week voyage as the CSIRO research vessel trawled the length of Australia's eastern coastline, gathering data on the East Australian Current. The vessel collected data from devices moored up to 5,000 metres deep in the ocean - data which has a lot to tell us!
LEARN ABOUT THE KEY FINDINGS HERE
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