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    Celebrating major achievements of the IAE

    The Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) is celebrating its major achievements and the positive impacts they have had on the environment and how ...

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  1. A sugar glider emerges from a hollow in a tree

    UC led-study identifies not so sweet Tasmanian invader

    New University of Canberra-led research has found the sweet-faced sugar glider is an introduced pest in Tasmania

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    Small streams essential to freshwater ecology: UC expert

    UC researcher highlights the need to protect small streams, even in large water catchment areas, to conserve vulnerable species

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  3. An Australian Bearded Dragon

    UC researchers peek inside the dragon’s egg

    University of Canberra researchers discover more about Australia’s sex-reversing bearded dragons catching them with their pants down

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    UC joins Queanbeyan’s smart city project

    University of Canberra researchers are helping bring smart city services, data analysis and city modelling to Queanbeyan

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  5. A Pig-Nosed Turtle or Piku

    Quest to protect native turtles goes local in PNG

    A conservation and research project to protect the Pig-Nosed Turtle has progressed from University of Canberra leadership to local control

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