EGRU Media


Tongan volcano pumice expected to wash up on Townsville beaches this year

Dr Maree Corkeron

11 June 2022

Researchers forge path for students in STEM

Dr Melanie Finch

08 March 2022


How the continents and Earth’s oxygen are linked

Dr Alex McCoy-West

14 October 2021

JCU researcher uncovers a possible ‘Jurassic Arc’

Radio National Interview

PhD Candidate Elliott Foley

12 August 2021


After 66 million years – amazing duelling dinosaurs can be studied

Prof. Eric Roberts

01 December 2020

Rare earth metals: an untapped resource

Assoc. Prof. Carl Spandler

11 March 2020


Geologists focus on Tablelands Tin History (Atherton Tablelands Nth Qld)

Published in The Tablelander

02 July 2019

New evidence suggests the Whitsunday Islands were once part of a ‘lost world’ comprising an ancient chain of volcanoes connected to the mainland.

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