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These internships are an exciting opportunity for recent graduates or PhD students to use their science knowledge that will, in turn, provide a unique...
Looking back to move forward: traditional knowledge and genetics informs threatened species management »
Knowledge from traditional owners and modern genetics has enabled improved management of the black-footed rock-wallaby in South Australia.
Fewer people are doing taxonomy as their core business now, and a large proportion of fieldwork is unfunded, and carried out by unpaid/honorary researchers.
All three UC students will be members of the Centre for Biodiversity Analysis which, from this year, is a joint initiative of the ANU, CSIRO and UC.
The project is an exciting opportunity to work between the Ecogenomics and Bioinformatics lab at ANU and CSIRO Black Mountain laboratories. The successful...
The draft of the Australia’s strategy for nature 2018-2030 is now open for public consultation and they'd like to hear from you. Please complete the...
In 2018, the University of Canberra will join ANU and CSIRO as the the third partner of the CBA.
About 85 per cent of more than 1,000 snake and lizard species in Australia descended from creatures that floated across waters from Asia to Australia.
The research team is a unique collaboration between scientists and Aboriginal people in remote south-eastern Arnhem Land that is building knowledge about...
Co-Lab is a unique collaboration that brings brilliant scientists and talented artists together
CSIRO is the custodian of a number of collections of animal and plant specimens that contribute to national and international biological knowledge.
A recent survey of CBA members revealed a high level of enthusiasm for the Centre and its continuation.