The end of the world as we know it and Marcos feels fine

Story Published: 14 Apr 2015

MARCOS Fenandes thinks about the apocalypse all the time- in fact he has read 96 apocalypse novels and over 200 related...

Apocalypse, Southern Cross University

Research into turtle strandings

Story Published: 16 Jan 2015

A FIRST-of-its-kind research project will look into the causes of sea turtle strandings and deaths from Yamba to Taree.

Dolphin Marine Magic, Marine Science, Sea Turtles, Southern Cross University

Students struggling with disability more likely to be bullied

Story Published: 3 Mar 2015

A SOUTHERN Cross University research project has found students with cognitive disabilities are abused more often than...

Bullying, Disability, Southern Cross University

SCU expert wants to know why blue shark died

Story Published: 16 Oct 2014

BLUE sharks are rare in coastal waters but this one washed up on the beach at Byron Bay

Editors Picks, Sharks, Southern Cross University

Researcher's special tech stays on trail of Mitchell's snail

Story Published: 10 Oct 2014

THE secret life of Australia’s rarest snail has been revealed, thanks to the work of Southern Cross University researcher...

Environment, Mitchell'S Rainforest Snail, Offbeat, Southern Cross University

No fluke in the science of whale migration

Story Published: 7 Oct 2014

HUNDREDS of individual humpback whales have been identified using photographs of whale flukes captured mostly by citizen...

Humpbacks, Migration, Southern Cross University, Whale Flukes

Unveiling the science behind the art of the perfect coffee

Story Published: 25 Nov 2014

THE secrets to the perfect cup of coffee have been uncovered by researchers at Southern Cross University.

Coffee, Southern Cross University

Seadragon image wins photography prize for marine educator

Story Published: 6 Nov 2012

AN AMATEUR wildlife photographer and Southern Cross University research candidate has helped reinvigorate the profile of...

Photo Competition, Seadragon, Southern Cross University

6-year-old boy named keynote speaker for uni conference

Story Published: 29 Oct 2014

THERE are not too many university conferences that boast having a six-year-old as their keynote speaker.

Southern Cross University

Kids learn how to make robots that dance and play soccer

Story Published: 27 Feb 2015

SCHOOL used to be a place to learn to read and write and maybe play some sport at lunchtime.

Editors Picks, Lismore High School, Robots, Southern Cross University

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