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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.
The Institute operates within two specialised centres: the Centre for Conservation Ecology and Genetics, and the Centre for Applied Water Science.
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Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) are a global invader with a tangled history with humanity as agents of biocontrol and models for ecology and evolution. We have studied populations of these fish... Event details IAE Seminar Series: Temperature drives plastic and evolutionary change in a globally invasive fish
N&MRC Seminar Series - "Social Media and Fake News during a Global Pandemic: An example of Covid-19 in Nigeria" - Dr Temple Uwalaka
Please join us for our next N&MRC Seminar Series presented by Dr Temple Uwalaka.
Date: Thursday 4 November 2021
Location: Zoom (email email@example.com for link)
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Voting is open for UC’s Big Research Pitch as 17 Researchers vie to pitch their best ideas. The top 5 finalists compete in the Facebook Live on 29 October from 7.30pm.
Thanks to Dr Tona Sanchez-Palacios, local Year 8 student Jessinda Luu is getting a hands-on experience of lab life, as the University of Canberra researcher mentors her on a science project.
Celebrating a decade of bridging scientists, policy makers and the public, the annual lecture series from UC’s Institute for Applied Ecology has grown from strength to strength, playing an important role in disseminating scientific information and generating discussion.
The University of Canberra today announced Professor Paddy Nixon as the sixth Vice-Chancellor and President. Professor Nixon will begin his tenure in June 2020.