Researchers live-stream marine sounds between 30th October and 1st November.
Survey shows exhibit takes the sting out of attitudes towards sea jellies.
Researchers from Griffith University are looking to collect cell samples of every marine species on the planet with the launch of Australia’s first Marine Wildlife Cell Bank.
Queensland’s zoo and aquarium tourism industry may end up dwarfing the Australian Government’s much-needed funding lifeline.
Combining Griffith University’s marine research efforts with Sea World’s is the perfect fit for alumna Erin Wyatt. The Marine Education Supervisor, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Marine Biology (Honours) in 2006, oversees all aspects of the marine-park’s educational initiatives and programs. The exciting new Sea Jellies Illuminated exhibit is one of […]
Griffith University has partnered with Sea World to expand its research calibre and increase public awareness on marine conservation issues. Bringing the beauty and wonder of sea jellies to life with the announcement of the Sea Jellies Illuminated exhibit opening at the marine-park in April 2018, the exciting partnership will include a first-of-its-kind working research […]