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Australia has unique biodiversity and amazing natural systems with which to test mechanisms driving diversification and speciation.
CBA Director Craig Moritz has been made a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
The identification and location of climatic refugia is crucial for the conservation of biodiversity in the fate of ongoing global warming
Biodiversity in freshwater ecosystems is under threat, difficult to monitor and underrepresented in biodiversity monitoring and conservation planning.
The capability for establishing thousands of markers randomly throughout the genome provides outputs that have allowed for unparalleled progress in...
Can you imagine a world where lizards eat elephants? That world existed just 30,000 years ago.
In an invited review in Science published today, Craig Moritz and Rosa Agudo from the CBA highlight an apparent contradiction between species responses to
Collecting seed, growing and re-planting is fundamental to restoration projects. However, little is known of the levels of genetic adaptability present in any...
CBA is pleased to announce a new round of funding exclusively available to post docs and PhD students.
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...
CBA hosted its inaugural conference on Biodiversity Genomics in the first week of April at CSIRO Discovery and ANU.
The Australian arid zone provides a unique opportunity to see how organisms responded to major climatic change