Another PhD scholarship available! (update: this has now been allocated to a student)

We have another PhD scholarship available to work with JP Hobbs and others on hybridisation in clownfishes. Please contact JP on jp.hobbs (at) uq.edu.au if you are interested in this project and meet the criteria below. Project Title: Climate change and the genetic consequences of hybridisation in clownfishes. Project description : Coral reefs are theContinue reading “Another PhD scholarship available! (update: this has now been allocated to a student)”

Two new PhD scholarships available (update: these have now been allocated to students)

The Visual Ecology and Sensory Neurobiology Lab are excited to offer two PhD scholarships for domestic or international students to work on the visual systems of coral reef fishes under the supervision of Dr. Karen Cheney and Dr. Fabio Cortesi.  Both scholarships are funded by the Australian Government and provide a living stipend of AUS $28,092 perContinue reading “Two new PhD scholarships available (update: these have now been allocated to students)”

Stradbroke Field Trip

  We often go on field trips to observe nature, collect our experimental animals and engage with the natural world. Lizard Island – the Australian Museum’s field station on the Northern Great Barrier Reef is a favourite, as is Heron Island and Stradbroke Island field stations. The short video above explores some of the workContinue reading “Stradbroke Field Trip”