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Meet Sina Strähl: A scientific diver on the Great Barrier Reef.

Sina is another one of my wonderful roommates, who currently works as a scientific diver on the Great Barrier Reef. Sina has a passion for marine conservation, which she was inspired to pursue from...

Why is Maggie so Murky?

Hello JCU students, Townsvillians, and fellow snorkellers of the North Queensland region. If you’re anything like me, you often look forward to escaping the city to explore our local piece of paradise on the weekends. But...

Meet Aliya Siddiqi: A marine scientist and creative writer

Aliya Siddiqi is a bubbly, artistic soul who shares her inspiration with all who are blessed to be in her presence. Often one can spot Aliya working in her natural habitat: JCU, in The Science...

Valerie Cornet: Photographer, Divemaster and Remote Sensing Scientist.

Meet Valerie, a photographer, divemaster, and remote sensing scientist from the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. Val has embarked on a journey of self-acceptance over 23 years, experimenting with different creative outlets. Val completed her...

7 Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste: Gina Karnasch

Meet Gina, a Marine Scientist and Plastic Waste Warrior. Born in Germany but currently living in Townsville, Queensland. Gina has completed her Bachelor's degree in Marine Biology and is now working as a scientific...

Drum lines don’t make us safer

The cost to sharks, other endangered species & our Great Barrier Reef Sharks are the linchpin of marine ecosystems. Sitting at the top of the food chain as apex predators, sharks regulate the population of...

Attention All Anthropologists

BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS WITH AN INTERNSHIP At JCU we often hear the most important trait employers look for is experience – but where do we get this experience from? I’m a fourth year JCU student studying...

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