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The research team led by Arthur Georges was recently awarded an ARC grant of $1.25 million to study the epigenetics of sex determination in dragons.
CBA’s workshops provide excellent opportunities to learn from, network and interact with local, interstate and international presenters.
A new National Environmental (eDNA) Reference Centre will support the next generation of cutting-edge tools for Australia’s biosecurity system.
CBA researchers have found that the sex gene in bearded dragons is controlled, not by the presence or absence of a sex gene, but by its location in a bad...
We would love to hear from our CBA community on your science interests and priorities and how you would like to engage with us as we head into our 10th year.
Leading eDNA researchers and practitioners share best-practice eDNA guidelines to establish the National Environmental DNA Test Protocols (NETPs).
After the devastating 2019-20 fires, the federal government rapidly developed a draft framework to evaluate and prioritise emergency action for impacted...
A CBA Ignition Grant brought together the team currently providing crucial COVID-19 genome information to ACT Health.
CBA progresses links with the ACT Government's Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate.
An opportunity for professional networkers to have a way to grow skills, share information and develop best practise.
CBA staff today had wide-ranging discussions with the ACT Minister for the Environment.
The government’s idea of ‘national environment standards’ would entrench Australia’s global pariah status »
CBA Director Craig Moritz's co-authored article highlights Australia's ineffective environmental laws and lack of critical reforms.