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Cracking the koala's genetic code
IAE researchers help in world first sequencing of the koala genomeRead more about this slide
Institute for Applied Ecology
The Institute for Applied Ecology undertakes world class research to improve our understanding of the environment, and enhance decision-making for natural resource management and sustainable development.
Will Higgisson will discuss the hydrological requirements of floodplain plants, in relation to survival, growth, reproduction, and dispersal. He will also outline the results of floodplain inundation modelling to... Event details The influence of flooding on floodplain vegetation
Reduced representation genotyping using NGS for bacterial identification, typing, discovery and genomic analysis
Bacterial identification methods used for routine identification in medical and environmental microbiology include a combination approach of biochemical tests, mass spectrometry or molecular biology techniques. Extensive publicly available databases... Event details Reduced representation genotyping using NGS for bacterial identification, typing, discovery and genomic analysis
Species living in tropical streams experience small seasonal variations and have become highly adapted to narrow temperature ranges. This creates the perfect condition ...
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A research project at the University of Canberra’s Institute for Applied Ecology is focusing on the development of cell lines for biobanking.
Koalas could be less at risk of extinction after a team of scientists, including two from the University of Canberra, successfully completed the full sequencing of the animal’s genome
Researchers at the University of Canberra are concerned wild horses in the Kosciuszko National Park could wipe out a critically endangered species of fish