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Kristie begins marine research PhD at CQUniversity

KA Bundaberg Indigenous woman, Kristie Dillon, has begun a marine research PhD at CQUniversity focused on restoring a native seagrass.

Three sugar research projects funded

Sugar Research Australia has announced funding for three research projects in the Bundaberg Region to benefit the local sugarcane industry.

Use Redmap app to track marine life

Marine organisms are on the move in Queensland and scientists are hoping to track them with your help using the Redmap website and app.

Bargara great white shark a museum feature

A great white shark caught at Bargara in 1993 has been the subject of scientific research for more than 20 years and a feature at the Queensland Museum.

USC study aims to use logging waste for bioenergy

Pine plantations from Gympie to Bundaberg will be at the centre of research to turn logging offcuts and treetops into bioenergy and other bio-based products.

Avocado research trial targets high yields

Avocado farmers could start producing more fruit to keep up with demand once propagation technology, trialled in the Bundaberg Region, is commercialised.

Amateur astronomer captures amazing pics

Amateur astronomer Craig Collins has captured some remarkable photos of the Bundaberg Region’s night sky and says it’s something everyone can do.

TOM Makers Long Weekend inspires youth

The creative minds of young and old were immersed into the five STEAM subjects at the TOM Makers Long Weekend.

Sara dives deep into the social world of manta rays

USC student Sara Perrott is diving into the underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef to reveal new insights into the mysterious manta ray.

Merlie the turtle tagged for science

Merlie the loggerhead turtle has been fitted with a GPS satellite tag for scientists to monitor its location as it travels the world.

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