DNA gathered from remote waterholes in northern Australia has been used to detect an endangered bird in the wild for the first time.
UH Hilo undergraduate Sabrina Bejang did not think she would ever choose marine biology for a career. Bejang, like many young Marshallese women, grew up wary of the ocean and knew little of the coral reef systems that make up Majuro atoll, the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
We explore the interaction between science and its various stakeholders in politics, the economy and other publics.
We seek to support participatory science through the development or innovative use of data-driven, technology-powered tools that will increase the understanding, preservation, and protection of our planet. Click on the link below for further details.
Recently, social media have become an increasingly important source of information on human-nature interactions. However, the use of advanced methods for analysing social media is still limited, and social media data are not used to their full potential.
Scholarships are available for presenters from developing countries and students without institutional support in the Asia-Pacific region. Click on the link below for further details
We are excited to announce the next conference for SCCS-Australia in July 2019! Click on the link below for further details.
The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) formally announces the call for applications for the SCB Graduate Student Research Fellowship Awards (GSRF). Click on the link below for further details.
Genetics is a useful tool for conservation, but it is routinely not integrated into conservation management strategy.
Former President of the Republic of Kiribati and Conservation International (CI) Distinguished Fellow Anote Tong will officially launch the Centre for Applied Conservation Science at the University of Adelaide today.Click on the link below to read the full story.