We teach how to write clearly and succinctly, without sacrificing scientific accuracy.

We teach you how to get your thoughts down clearly and how to increase your efficiency as a writer. We teach how to write and design documents according to audience (e.g. industry, peer review), purpose (e.g. monitoring report, journal article) and the type of research or project problem that needs to be solved

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Contaminated Site Assessment, Remediation and Management (CSARM) is a complex field of environmental management and, with the support of NSW Environmental Protection Agency (NSW EPA) and industry consultants, UTS Science School of Life Sciences has developed a program of short course modules to help environmental professionals update their specific area of expertise, extend their knowledge base and network with colleagues in industry and government.

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The MDFRC and MDBA Collaboration Partnership (MMCP) invites applications for “top–up” scholarships to support Post Graduate students undertaking research on the ecology and biogeochemistry of floodplain rivers and wetlands.

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The MDFRC and MDBA Collaboration Partnership (MMCP) invites applications for students to receive one of three available scholarships, who are undertaking research on the ecology and biogeochemistry of floodplain rivers and wetlands.

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This course will enable you to prepare either an ‘In Accordance - Core’ report, or an ‘In Accordance - Comprehensive’ report using the GRI Standards, launched in October 2016.

ZOOiD and the training materials are certified by the Global Reporting Initiative

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This GRI Certified course will provide you a practical overview of how to use the new Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Standards.

In October 2016, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), launched the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards. The new standards are a transition from the GRI G4 Sustainability Reporting framework, and aim to provide a more flexible, more credible, and more future-proof structure for GRI’s reporting standards.

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This research will entail multiple approaches including proteomics, structural biology, protein biochemistry and cell imaging. Applicants ideally will have completed courses or training in immunology, cell biology and/or biochemistry.

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The X-ray team that is part of Sensing and Sorting, Mineral Resources Business Unit, CSIRO – has developed a technology called UltraGold (UG) that enables real-time detection of gold at parts-per-billion level in mineral processing streams This project involves the further development of this technology in order to lower detection limits for a range of toxic elements.

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PHD Opportunity - Tackling Prey Naiveté in Australia’s Endangered Mammals

Project outline: Predation by cats and foxes is the chief cause of reintroduction failure in Australian mammals. Australian mammals are vulnerable to predation because they have not evolved effective defences against these introduced predators.

This project will determine if predator training and selective screening of individuals for predator avoidance traits can improve reintroduction success. The results will be used to improve re-introduction protocols for threatened mammals and re-establish populations of endangered wildlife.

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