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Past News Articles

Media release - Reviving the oyster lover's oyster, 30 October 2012.

Media release - New era for marine research, 19 October 2012.

Media release - A better feed for abalone, 19 October 2012.

High resolution photographs.

The Environment Institute and MISA present a seminar, 'Modelling to support multiple use management: a comparison of approaches,' by Dr Tony Smith, CSIRO. The seminar is being held at SARDI Aquatic Sciences, 2 Hamra Ave, West Beach on 16th October, 3-4pm. Please register by e-mail: Lisa.Peroff@sa.gov.au for catering purposes.

View 7:30pm NT news segment on the ABC website featuring SARDI Aquatic Sciences researchers working on the Lake Eyre Basin Rivers Assessment. The study represents a collaboration between South Australia, Queesland, Northern Territory, and the Commonwealth and includes the Tjuwampa Rangers.

View SARDI Aquatic Sciences scientists on Escape with ET documentary talking about their Murray cod research

Studying the social life of dolphins assists with their conservation and management (PDF 91KB)

Farmed seaweed features on Escape with ET

'Virtual larvae' point prawn fishers in the right direction.

SA Aquatic Biosecurity Centre Opens, 15 November 2011

Spencer Gulf Prawn Fishery awarded Marine Stewardship Certification

Management evolves for sardine fishery

Macroalgae to grow on land

Seaweed farms on the menu (story taken from the Advertiser, December 11, 2011 - PDF 186KB).

SARDI scientists produce mussel spat to assist industry. 

Scientists discover deep-sea volcano off South Australia.

European Seafood Exposition: the world's largest seafood fair, Brussels Exhibition & Conference Centre, Belgium, Brussels, May 3-5, 2011. 

Mitigating climate change - how and why economists have changed their minds.  Free public seminar presented by Professor Stephen Howes, hosted by The Environment Institute and The School of Economics.  Wednesday May 25, 2011, 6pm to 7pm, Napier GO3, Napier Building, The University of Adelaide, South Australia.

Fresh Science - nominations close March 30, 2011

The challenge of realising the bioindustries potential of the oceans - Seminar March 29, Flinders University, SA

Lifesavers on Adelaide’s suburban beaches could one day receive warnings of sharks in the area via text messages to their mobile phones.

The Southern Australian Integrated Marine Observing System (SAIMOS) is now on YouTube.  The short film describes the system's cutting edge technologies which provide critical information to understand the role of oceans of climate, ecosystems and seafood.

The Ocean's Supermum; ABC's Carol Whitelock interviews Australian Assoc. Prof. Simon Goldsworthy (SARDI) about the recently released wildlife documentary on the endangered sea lion.

Great white hope for cage divers.  Scientists to study impact of tourism on sharks.

Consumer perceptions of South Australian seafood - event photos and wrap up, Ehrenberg-Bass reports and media release.

MISA's shark ecologist, Dr Charlie Huveneers (SARDI/Flinders University) has been named one of eight South Australian finalists in the 2010 Young Tall Poppies of Science awards.

SARDI's aquaculture team working on an Australian Seafood CRC project for Clean Seas Tuna shared in a CRC prize for Excellence in Research Innovation.

SEMINAR: Grouping and fission-fusion dynamics of Australian Snubfin and Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins.  Dr Guido Parra (Flinders University and South Australian Research and Development Institute), Flinders University, Room 103, Wednesday November 8, 12pm (PDF 143KB).  

Seafood to use the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo, announces Seafood Services Australia

PhD opportunities

Australian Marine Sciences Association (SA Branch) Annual Symposium, SARDI Aquatic Sciences, 20 October 2010.  Register here.

Research Innovation showcase at Flinders University, 2-5pm, 30 September 2010

COAST TO COAST 2010 - Adelaide Convention Centre, 20-24 September 2010 - Actions for Change

Coral reefs in a changing environment, The Australian Research Council Symposium, Shine Dome, Canberra, 7-8 October 2010

Australian Marine Sciences Association (SA Branch) Annual Symposium, SARDI Aquatic Sciences, 20 October 2010.  Register here.

Paddy Pallin Foundation Science Grants 2010 - grants of up to $7,000 to support field based, high-quality ecological research are available.  Applications close August 6 2010.

Ausbiotech - GSK travel grants for science and bio-engineering students to present at an international conference.  Applications close August 13 2010.

Seafood CRC Business Skills 101 - focus on finances in module 6, in Melbourne, August 22-24, 2010.  FREE.

Opportunity for new or existing industry participants to co-invest in the Australian Seafood CRC - applications close August 27 2010

Media training workshop with Rob Morrison.   Australian Science Communicators SA is hosting the event on Monday 6 September at 6pm in Adelaide. 

Sea lions provide valuable data off Southern Australia. View temperature and depth profiles collected between November 2009 to May 2010. 

Tim Flannery to talk on how Palaeontology and Climate Change intersect - August 17 2010

Eat more seafood - Australian Governments urged to boost seafood consumption to improve public health (Seafood Services Media Release).

DAFF/FRDC aquatic animal health training.

Nuffield Australian Farming Scholarships - applications close on 30 June 2010.

The Jane Gillooly Memorial Award - applications are open for early career female scientists.

Module 4 - Seafood CRC Professional Diploma in Entrepreneurship.  Focus on your business' human resouces in Brisbane, 18-20 June 2010.

Bio-Process Modelling Workshop.  Flinders University, 22-23 July 2010.  Registrations close 2 July 2010.

Southern Australian Integrated Marine Observing System - Offical Launch

The Australian Seafood CRC has been awarded a prize for Excellence in Innovation.

National Seafood Industry Program 2010

Scientific awards - Environmental management and excessive use of algal biomass

The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes

Tagged seals - a window to the ocean

Corey Bradshaw wins the Scopus Young Researcher of the year award for the Life Sciences and Biological Sciences 

SARDI Aquatic Sciences Open Day 2009

MISA Symposium - How the Australian seafood industry will respond to climate change as we move towards a carbon based future

Lincoln Marine Science Centre Opening

Breakthrough in Tuna Aquaculture

Macquarie Island fur seals forced to interbreed (Audio and transcript of ABC interview with MISA/SARDI seal expert Assoc. Prof. Simon Goldsworthy)

Ocean Glider launched (SARDI Technician Shaun Byrnes and ANFOG Researcher Ben Hollings launch IMOS's Ocean Glider off Portland, Victoria.  Article printed in Portland Observer, 27th May 2009)

Shark Tracker (Full article taken from The Advertiser on Friday the 10th April 2009)

Young Science Awards 2009 - applications open 

Launch of the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) Web Portal - Hobart, Australia (Article taken from the Advertiser on the 30th June 2009)

MISA travel awards granted

Euro-toque launched!  South Australian Aquaculture has signed a historic agreement, supplying local seafood to prestigious restaurants throughout Europe

The SARDI Aquatic Sciences Threatened, Endangered and Protected Species (TEPS) team has won the Unsung Hero of South Australian Science 2009 Award

SA Aquaculture R&D applauded - The SARDI Aquaculture Program has been honoured with an IMarEST award for 'Applied Research, Development and Innovation for SA Aquaculture'  

High recognition for SARDI researcher - PhD candidate, Kristian Peters, has been recognised with an IMarEST award for outstanding research in marine science