Posts for May 2018

Blue GreenCyanobacterial Community Composition and Bacteria

Cyanobacterial Community Composition and Bacteria–Bacteria Interactions Promote the Stable Occurrence of Particle-Associated Bacteria Jason N. Woodhouse1,2, Jennifer Ziegler2, Hans-Peter Grossart2 and Brett A. Neilan3* 1Department of Experimental Limnology, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Berlin, Germany 2School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, University […]

Earth SciencesVolunteers wanted for research interviews!

WHERE AM I? SHARING STORIES OF BEING LOST AND FOUND.   Everyone has a story about a time when they’ve gotten lost. In fact, probably many stories. Getting lost, and finding your way again, seems to be an important part […]

Earth SciencesVacation program opportunity for undergraduates!

Hi everyone, A great opportunity has popped up! BMT is currently advertising for 3rd and 4th Year Civil and Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Ecology and Environmental Management Students to apply to their new 12 week summer vacation program. There’s more […]

Earth SciencesENVS3007: Environmental Remediation field trip

Environmental students were invited to a derelict mine site in Neath to learn about the history of the site and its impacts on the present day environment. The detrimental impacts of acid leaching from the abandoned mine site were obvious […]

Earth SciencesGEOS2060 Soil Properties and Processes: Semester 2, 2018

Studying science? Do you enjoy field and laboratory work? Are you interested in learning more about soil; resources, physical processes, chemical processes and biology? If yes, then consider enrolling in GEOS2060 (Callaghan, Semester 2 2018). This course has had exceptional […]

Online CounsellingUniversity Mental Health Day

Today, Tuesday May 1st, is University Mental Health Day across Australia and New Zealand. University Mental Health Day aims to raise awareness of the mental health and well-being needs of those who study and work in higher education settings. A […]

Geography, Environmental Studies, and Development StudiesSHARING STORIES OF BEING LOST AND FOUND

WHERE AM I? SHARING STORIES OF BEING LOST AND FOUND.   Everyone has a story about a time when they’ve gotten lost. In fact, probably many stories. Getting lost, and finding your way again, seems to be an important part […]

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