MARINE & SUBSEA

Marine research game-changer

THE $62 million, six-storey Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre built to house Australia’s largest cohort of marine researchers was opened on Wednesday, and has been billed as a “game-changer” in the way oceanic and marine research is undertaken.

 Artist's impression of the new IOMRC building.

Artist's impression of the new IOMRC building.

Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham opened the centre, which brings together more than 300 marine scientists across a variety of disciplines who will collaborate to increase knowledge across biodiversity,...

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