Latest James Cook University News

Silent Species Face Extinction
Millaa Milla Plans Its Future With JCU
Transformation Planned For Health Care
Remote Scottish archipelago provides valuable insights for Aussie heritage sites
Indigenous women are most affected by domestic violence but have struggled to be heard. It’s time we listened
Telehealth research hopes to connect communities to healthcare
Enhancing Reef Water Quality Monitoring
Great Barrier Reef water quality monitoring gets a funding boost
JCU Presentation On December Flood In Cairns
Exploring Brain On Politics
Anti-corrosion Paint Could Be Industry Game Changer
International Study Highlights Best RATs
Fourth Mass Coral Bleaching
New venture studio to fast-track clean energy solutions in resources sector
$18.6 million Perth studio to fast-track Australia’s critical minerals revolution
Plans For AI To Assess Frailty
Resolve and resources needed to end Malaria as a public health threat
Ancient nomads you’ve probably never heard of disappeared from Europe 1,000 years ago. Now, DNA analysis reveals how they lived
Championing Traditional Owner co-design for vital reef fish monitoring on the Great Barrier Reef
Households urged to go ‘old school’ in disaster planning
Oysters Could Help Clean Up Reef
Mark Butler announces NHMRC funding for six telehealth research projects
$5 Million To Help Ensure Quality And Safety Of Telehealth
International Summit On Teaching Profession
Help Shape Our Flood Recovery Plan
Fellowship ceremony welcomes new GPs in Mackay region
Urgent action needed on wage theft after James Cook University admission
Reef snapshot details widespread coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef
Ghost roads in South-East Asia speed nature’s destruction
Climate-change Driven Cold Snaps Threaten Marine Life
Climate change is causing marine ‘coldwaves’ too, killing wildlife
Dungeons And Dragons May Improve Mental Health
Discovery of Australia’s oldest pottery rewrites understanding of Aboriginal marine history
Ghost Roads Speed Nature’s Destruction
Roads of destruction: we found vast numbers of illegal ‘ghost roads’ used to crack open pristine rainforest
Aboriginal people made pottery and sailed to distant offshore islands thousands of years before Europeans arrived
Discovery of Australia’s oldest pottery rewrites understanding of Aboriginal maritime history
Council On Hunt For Eco Fiesta Exhibitors
Rudeness Endangers Patients
JCU Plant-saving Team On Conservation Mission
Reef Management Techniques Potentially Coral Saving
$4m Study To Transform Falls Prevention
Good News On Tropical Disease Fight
Babycams Deliver Premmie Livestream
Lots Of Activities On Offer For School Holidays
Bleaching can hamper reproduction and recovery in corals
Seagrass Meadows Face Uncertain Future
Gender Care Practice Questioned