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Overview

The School of Natural Sciences prides itself on being a leader in research and teaching excellence in the areas of Biology, Environment and Chemistry. It is our commitment to this excellence that has resulted in biological and environmental courses receiving a five-star ranking from graduates Course Experience Questionnaires.

Student testimonials

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"Anything is achievable."

Rebecca MacMillan

Science graduate

Research activity

The School of Natural Sciences is home to the University Centre for Ecosystem Management and the Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research, two of the University's most productive research centres with a focus on application of high quality science to better manage natural systems.

News & events

The symposium was held in the city of Makassar, in Southern Sulawesi. Thumbnail

Dr Megan Huggett selected as 2015 Kavli Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences

Dr Huggett joined a delegation of 10 Australians at the 5th American-Indonesian Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium, held in Makassar Indonesia.

CMER were represented at the AMSA Conference 2015 by Roisin McCallum, Charlie Phelps, Simone Strydom, Kathryn McMahon and Paul Lavery. Thumbnail

The 52nd Annual AMSA conference “Estuaries to Oceans”

ECU marine scientists present their research at national conference.

Carnaby's black-cockatoos are endangered in Western Australia. Pic Jennie Stock. Thumbnail

Volunteers make the difference in cockatoo count

Without the help of hundreds of 'citizen scientists' there's no way we could possibly monitor the decline of one of WA's iconic, endangered birds, the Carnaby's black-cockatoo.

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