Cracking the koala's genetic code
IAE researchers help in world first sequencing of the koala genomeRead more about this slide
World Class Ecology Research
We pride ourselves on the interdisciplinary nature of our work, and span a broad range of expertise.Read more about this slide
AUSRIVAS Course enrolling now
Become an accredited AUSRIVAS assessor with this online and face-to-face workshopRead 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.
The Institute operates within two specialised centres: the Centre for Conservation Ecology and Genetics, and the Centre for Applied Water Science.
Centre for Conservation Ecology and Genomics Centre for Applied Water Science
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Dragons vs cats – native animals fighting feral predators
5 December 2018: Bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) are battling the impacts of climate change, habitat destruction, native predators, and now we can add ...
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Evolution of Canberra: Blessing or curse? UnCover event series launch
Evolution of Canberra: blessing or curse? Join a panel of UC experts to uncover the pros and cons of Canberra's rapid rise. UnCover launch event, 28 March, 6.30pm
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples connection to the land can influence conservation
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ connection to the land is based on an instinctive understanding passed on from generation to generation, and it is this connection that could influence the future of nature conservation in Australia.
Eventful PhD journey draws to a close
University of Canberra PhD graduate Rodney Ubrihien is celebrating the end of his university journey after juggling fatherhood with his study commitments
New UC project could provide major boost for species conservation
A research project at the University of Canberra’s Institute for Applied Ecology is focusing on the development of cell lines for biobanking.
Getting Shirty with science
University of Canberra academics have teamed up with local artists to spread the word about their research.