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Three Postdoctoral Positions Available at UCL Australia

UCL Australia is increasing its capacity to conduct research that makes an impact on energy and resources management.  We are looking to appoint three post-doctoral research associates to join our team in Adelaide:

1) Research Associate in Multi-criteria Decision Analysis/Statistical Modelling with experience in decision making in natural resources management – using statistical modelling, multi-criteria decision […]

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New research published – a new method for ecotoxicology studies

Laura and Craig have just had a paper accepted at Marine Environmental Research in which they outline a new method for measuring sperm motility – which we hope has promise as a quick and easily measured endpoint for future ecotoxicology studies.

We noticed that motile sperm from broadcasting spawning organisms a) swim downwards and b) often […]

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Antony wins People’s Choice Award for research video

Congratulations to Antony who has won the People’s Choice award in the Australian Marine Sciences Association (SA Branch) Outreach Video Competition for this three minute video on sperm motility and its potential as an quick and simple endpoint in ecotoxicology testing. Any outreach video that references Monty Python is a winner in my book. Antony’s […]

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Hola de Antofagasta

Craig is in Antofagasta, northern Chile this week – presenting a paper “Social Media Adoption in the Australian Energy and Resources Sectors” at the SRMining15 conference.

The paper was co-authored with Adeline Tubb, Darien Simon and former UCL Australia MSc students (Will Trott, Owen Sharpe, Chris Bartley & Helena Wu) and stems from a research project done as part of Craig’s SERAG011 […]

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New research published – are the ecological effects of extreme events exacerbated by local disturbances?

Laura is co-author on a newly published manuscript examining the combined effects of gradual and abrupt changes in climatic conditions. Specifically, the focus was on how herbivory may be modified by forecasted global and local disturbances under abrupt warming events and gradual temperature increases. The full text of the manuscript can be found here:

http://climatechangeresponses.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40665-015-0014-8

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2016 Scholarships at UCL Australia for MSc in Energy and Resources Management

Scholarships covering tuition fees and living stipend are available for February 2016 enrolment in the MSc in Energy and Resources Management at University College London, based in Adelaide. Note that although the course in multidisciplinary, the industry-focussed project in the second year can involve research in a wide variety of areas, including (marine) environmental science, […]

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Craig gives seminar @ Flinders Uni

CAS gave a departmental seminar today on his experiences working on port development in Western Australia. Thanks to Prof Peter Fairweather for hosting.

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Laura wins UCL Australia footy tipping comp

Laura won the departmental footy tipping competition – for the second year in a row. Our plan to disrupt her tipping by sending her to Sweden for several months appears to have failed dismally.

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