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7 October 2015
Scientists have discovered that rock-wallabies living in north east Queensland are sharing genetic material despite belonging to six different species. These results suggest...
28 August 2015
CBA researchers made headlines recently when they discovered at least two new species of gecko in the Cobbold Gorge tourist park northwest of Townsville. Craig Moritz...
3 August 2015
As part of our Ignition grant scheme, the CBA will fund a small number of Honours awards for either the January or mid-year intake. Awarded students will be co-supervised by...
17 July 2015
Students will have the opportunity to conduct their own research project under the supervision of CSIRO scientists. They will get to work with...
22 May 2015
The United Nations has proclaimed May 22 "The International Day for Biological Diversity" to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. The 2015 theme...
5 May 2015
David Yeates, Director of the Australian National Insect Collection, CSIRO As you may have spotted, the title of this article is a cheeky reference to the famous saying...
13 March 2015
Amid the questioning of government support for remote Aboriginal communities and what Prime Minister Tony Abbott called the “lifestyle choices” of those who live there...
23 February 2015
The Centre for Biodiversity Analysis is pleased to announce our first round of Ignition grants for 2015.  These grants aim to 'kick-start' new ANU-CSIRO...
Leichhardt’s Grasshopper
20 January 2015
The first Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) record of the near-threatened Leichhardt’s Grasshopper (Petasida ephippigera) has been entered for Arnhem Land. The ...
5 January 2015
The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Secretariat invites proposals from graduate students for the 2015 Young Researchers Award. This prize intends to foster...
5 December 2014
The ANU and CSIRO have joined forces in a new collaborative precinct to help build a sustainable future for the environment, agriculture and global food supplies. The National...
7 November 2014
Phylogenomics resolves the timing and pattern of insect evolution. Using genetic analysis, scientists have for the first time been able to conclusively establish that insects...
19 May 2014
The next round of CBA Ignition grants are now open. These aim to 'kick-start' new ANU-CSIRO collaborative research, with the intention that results can...
26 March 2014
CBA Director Craig Moritz has been made a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. Craig was elected for his work to improve our understanding of...
2 August 2013
In an invited review in Science published today, Craig Moritz and Rosa Agudo from the CBA highlight an apparent contradiction between species responses to past climate...
28 June 2013
CBA members and collaborators have been awarded a three-year ARC Linkage Grant ($375K) for Landscape restoration genomics for climate adaptation in eucalyptus foundation...
12 June 2013
CBA is pleased to announce a new round of funding exclusively available to post docs and PhD students. CBA is looking for direct input from CBA-affiliated post docs and PhD...
15 May 2013
The next round of CBA Ignition grants are now open. These aim to 'kick-start' new ANU-CSIRO collaborative research, with the intention that results can subsequently form...
8 April 2013
CBA hosted its inaugural conference on Biodiversity Genomics in the first week of April at CSIRO Discovery and ANU. Over 180 delegates participated in the well-...
21 December 2012
A creative new logo has been produced for the CBA. Our new logo is inspired by the core CBA research areas of biodiversity genomics and spatial ecology. A DNA...

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