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26 research fields ranked at world standard or above Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
1st in Queensland for Global Impact Rankings THE Impact Rankings 2022
Top 3% globally for 'Climate Action' impact
5 stars for teaching quality

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Old photos provide key details in bid to save sawfish
16 Feb 2022

A nationwide public appeal for help to protect one of the world’s most distinctive and endangered group of rays has uncovered more than 100 sightings and historical photos within months, including what is believed to be the oldest image of a sawfish in Australia.

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27 Sep 2022

摆脱游戏网站 academics join innovators, business leaders and even a mixed martial arts world champion at ‘Forward Fest’.

Campaign to help turtle rescue, rehabilitation and research
8 Sep 2022

A 摆脱游戏网站-led proposal to establish a turtle rescue, rehabilitation and research centre in the Wide Bay region is gaining momentum, as fears grow that hundreds of turtles are in danger of starving to death in coming months.