Using genetics to inform conservation of Australia's native plants
The 2019 year saw Bioplatforms Australia build on the May 2018 Commonwealth Government NCRIS funding announcements to commit to longer term arrangements with its national network.
Threatened Species Initiative announces pilot program
The Pathfinder project will inform the development of a new capability for the estimated 30,000 publicly funded bioscience researchers in Australia.
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A new publication describes the unexpected discovery on the origin of the second transmissible facial Devil facial tumour disease (DFT2).
A new Australia-wide research framework initiative, the ‘Australian Microbiome’, is working to better understand the hidden diversity of Australian microbes in the environment.
Biology is increasingly a digital science driving fundamental transformations of enormous value in health, agriculture and environmental management.