Long-read, long-reach sequencing workshop

Novel long-read and long-range DNA sequencing technologies are opening up new research directions.

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Evolutionary Science for a Changing World

Evolutionary science (ES) underpins our ability to predict and manage change in dynamic biological and socio-economic systems and has made many important con

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New CBA Knowledge Broker appointed

The Centre for Biodiversity Analysis is very pleased to introduce and welcome our newly appointed Knowledge Broker, Paula Doyle.

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Climate change impacting Wet Tropics World Heritage Area

CBA Director Craig Moritz has co-authored a report that brings together concerning new evidence showing an accelerating decline in the Wet Tropics of Queensl

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CBA Director chairs AAS report on Darling River fish kills

CBA Director Craig Moritz is the chair of a multidisciplinary expert panel, convened by the Australian Academy of Science, which has produced an independent

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Investigation of the causes of mass fish kills

The 10-year plan to document our biodiversity

Naturalist, broadcaster and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science,

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Australia’s draft ‘Strategy for nature’ doesn’t cut it. Here are nine ways to fix it

In 2016, Australian, State and Territory Environment Ministers agreed to revise 

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Eureka Prize for indigenous citizen science

The Ngukurr Wi Stadi bla Kantri (We Study the Country) Research Team has been awarded the

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We study the Country Research Team, WINNER 2017 Eureka Prize for Innovation in Citizen Science

Biodiversity science in the 21st century is undergoing a revolution.

Innovative capabilities in genomics and advances in bioinformatics and spatial modelling have increased exponentially in recent years.

The Centre for Biodiversity Analysis (CBA) is a collaborative initiative of the ANUCSIRO and
University of Canberra that connects scientists and their research to exploit new and emerging capabilities in the discovery, understanding and conservation of Australia’s unique biodiversity.

The CBA supports and coordinates:


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