New research: weed threat management in the Pilbara
Funding for scientists to combat Pilbara weed As announced by the Western Australian Environment Minister, the Hon Albert Jacob, the […]
New team member: Karen Bell
Karen Bell will join the Ecosystem Change Ecology team in October 2016 as a joint position between CSIRO and the University of Western Australia, where she will be a Lecturer in Plant Ecology in the School of Plant Biology.
New team member: Ruchira Somaweera
Welcome to Ruchira Somaweera, a new ECE team postdoctoral fellow Ruchira Somaweera has joined the Ecosystem Change Ecology team as […]
Recent graduations: Alice Watt
Congratulations to Alice Watt BSc(Hons)! Alice Watt has recently graduated from the University of Western Australia. She completed her BSc(Hons) […]
Job opportunity: four new positions in weed biological control
CSIRO (Australia) is currently recruiting 2 Postdoctoral Fellows and 2 Research Scientists in Weed Biological Control. Position Descriptions and Selection […]
Job opportunity: would you like to join our team?
Research Scientist position open Tenure: Indefinite (cf. ‘tenurable ongoing’) Level: CSOF5 (cf. Aus Level B) More details & to apply: http://bit.ly/1TV6wkX […]
Research note: Banksia woodland fieldwork
The recent fieldwork season has been a busy one for PhD student Juliana Pille Arnold. From September to December 2015 she […]
New appointment: a new Editor-in-Chief for Insect Conservation and Diversity
Raphael Didham has recently been appointed the new Editor-in-Chief at Insect Conservation and Diversity, taking over from Simon Leather. The […]
Job opportunity: joint CSIRO-UWA appointment
Lecturer in Plant Ecology, position open Tenure: Term (5 years) Level: Level B (A$93,182 – A$110,654 p.a.) More details & […]
Recent graduations: Caroline Delaisse & Timm Dobert
Congratulations to Caroline Delaisse and Timm Dobert! As we close in on the end of 2015, two of the Ecosystem […]
New publication: is CRISPR-based gene drive a biocontrol silver bullet or global conservation threat?
Are we are willing to risk the global loss of a species as a result of unintended dispersal of modified individuals back to their native range, to benefit from the control efficiencies that CRISPRCas9 gene drive technology could offer?