Flooded to create water storage for energy production, these dead forests of 200 – 1000 year old trees have been submerged for more than 30 years. Thanks to innovative new harvesting and processing methods, this valuable timber is now being reclaimed – it is called Hydrowood: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Learn more about our world-class research. Visit: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #utas #research...
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"Ag is one of those careers where you can change your path so many times, there are so many different areas you could move into. I feel like it is a career where you would never get bored." Kristy Stevenson is seeking a career where she can travel and use her skills and knowledge to make a positive difference in the world. This is what drew her to agricultural science: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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New IMAS research reveals impact of seismic surveys on zooplankton!

Find this fascinating? Apply now to become a research student: [ Utas.edu.au Link ]
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New IMAS research reveals impact of seismic surveys on zooplankton
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/22/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
#TBT to one of our favourite graduate stories! Dr David Horsley, who completed his PhD in Maths and Physics here, now works at NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

“I’d always been reasonable at maths, but at Uni I actually developed a passion for it. I got to the end of Honours and really enjoyed doing research. It was the next logical step to go towards the PhD," he said.
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TBT to one of our favourite graduate stories Dr David Horsley who
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/22/2017 at 02:00. Facebook
Did you know convict children tended to be taller than the children of free labourers? That's probably because convicts often had smaller families, and fewer mouths to feed, so their children were well-nourished. This is just one of the fascinating insights our researchers have discovered by delving into Tasmania's meticulously kept historical convict records: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/22/2017 at 00:01. Facebook
“I had a look all around Australia at the different options for studying agriculture. The University of Tasmania has a great reputation, and I thought that being at home and having a high quality education was the best option for me." (Georga Brennan, Bachelor of Agriculture student.) [ Bit.ly Link ]

Apply now to study a Bachelor of Agriculture: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #utas #agriculture
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Maree Rolf
Keryn Gane
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/21/2017 at 03:31. Facebook
“I think The Australian Maritime College here in Launceston is the one of the best faculties in the world for naval architecture. It has lots of testing facilities. There are just 20 people working over the whole world in this area. We are really at the forefront. I’m learning a lot every day." (Martin Friebe, PhD candidate.) [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Chirag Patel
Anju Chouhan
Martin Friebe
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/20/2017 at 23:44. Facebook
"I heard about the new Bachelor of Applied Science at the University of Tasmania. This really excited me because the course incorporates the business side of things, which is really important in today’s farming and the future of farming." For Ag Sci student Will Campbell, agriculture means business: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Apply now for the Bachelor of Applied Science (Agriculture and Business): [...
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Mary Shelley
Duncan Campbell
Hugh Balcombe
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/20/2017 at 07:02. Facebook
It's a rocky situation, but these critters are resilient...

New Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) research investigating the environmental factors that influence Southern Rock Lobster settlement on reefs has found evidence that the fishery is showing broad resilience to climate change: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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It's a rocky situation but these critters are resilient
"Since I am doing agricultural science it made a bit more sense to come to Tassie because you get to go to so many places within travel distance. It is different to the other big cities, you get to experience more."

MengYong Lim made the decision to move to Tasmania three years ago and says he doesn’t regret it for a minute: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #TIA #utas #agsci #agriculturalscience
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/19/2017 at 07:20. Facebook
How we garden is often based on the accumulated experience of generations of gardeners, but is this always the best way? Science of Gardening introduces you to a scientific approach to gardening. Change the way you see plants, and change the way you garden. Offered fully online, unit begins 26 June 2017. Apply now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
How we garden is often based on the accumulated experience of generations
John Honeybone
Ainslie Jones
Ang Tedling
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/19/2017 at 00:42. Facebook
"I’ve always had a love for animals, but since beginning my degree at the University of Tasmania I’ve realised just how diverse the agriculture industry really is."

Since enrolling in the Bachelor of Agricultural Science at the University of Tasmania, Lauren Rowlands has discovered how diverse the agriculture industry is, and is excited by the range of careers on offer: [ Bit.ly Link ] #TIA...
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University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/18/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
We're already excited for our 2017 Open Days, taking place across Tasmania (Hobart, Cradle Coast and Launceston.) Open Day is your chance to experience a taste of university life, talk to staff and students, and find the right course for your career. And there'll be activities, food, entertainment and fun! Your time starts now: [ Bit.ly Link ] #utasopenday17 #weareutas #utas
Were already excited for our 2017 Open Days taking place across Tasmania
Christie Cooper
Jess Jansz
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/17/2017 at 22:01. Facebook
Tasmania’s midlands are in dire need of #environmental assistance. Dr Tanya Bailey is replanting native plant species to replenish the land and assist the native #wildlife. Her work is part of a mammoth collaborative effort to save the midlands #ecosystem. #research #weareutas #utas

Interested in conducting your own research? Apply now to become a research student: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Waris Khan
University of Tasmania
University of Tasmania
06/17/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
We think we're pretty lucky to live here in Tasmania, one of the most beautiful locations in Australia! Make sure you visit our Instagram to see more shots of life on and off campus. [ Bit.ly Link ] (Image: Hobart, as seen from the top of kunanyi/Mount Wellington.)

Join us at our Open Days to find out more about studying here at the University of Tasmania: [ Bit.ly Link ] #utasopenday17...
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We think were pretty lucky to live here in Tasmania one of
Bernard Walker
Anoop Kaur Namdhari
Anoop Kaur Namdhari
Engineering PhD student Lily is an acoustician. She studies the acoustics of concert halls, and she has investigated virtually all of the major concert halls in Australia, including the Sydney Opera House: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Interested in conducting your own research? Apply now to become a research student: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #HDR #PhD #science #engineering
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Throwback to the amazing time our staff and students had at the last Dark Mofo! Don't forget to check out Panopticon, our students' amazing creative installations at Hunter Street Tasmanian College of the Arts! Friday 9 — Sunday 11 & Thursday 15 — Sunday 18 June, 5 — 10pm. [ Bit.ly Link ]

To find out more about studying Art, Music and Theatre, visit: [ Bit.ly Link ] Or come to our Open Days...
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Now is the perfect time to begin, or advance, your career in agriculture in Tasmania. If you have a picture in your head of shearing sheep, milking cows or growing crops – think again. There is far more to 21st century agriculture than meets the eye! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Grow your future. Apply now to study Agricultural Science: [ Bit.ly Link ] #weareutas #utas #agriculturalscience #agsci #TIA
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"Here is a large bird that can fly long distances, yet they are not flying these long distances in terms of breeding locations," Dr Chris Burridge said.

Despite its size and capacity to travel long distances, new research shows the endangered Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle does not travel far from ‘home’. Researchers from the UTAS School of Biological Sciences Chris Kozakiewicz, Dr Chris...
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When you're checking out Dark Mofo on Hobart's waterfront, don't forget to peer into the windows and witness Panopticon. You are the watcher; they, the watched.

Presented by the University of Tasmania's Tasmanian College of the Arts in association with Dark Mofo, Panopticon features 20 installations from our Art, Music and Theatre students. Come and watch! Thursday 15 — Sunday 18 June, 5 —...
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When youre checking out Dark Mofo on Hobarts waterfront dont forget to