Hira Shaukat – Soil mapping using electromagnetic induction for Leptospermum nitens survival and growth in Western Australia

Watch PhD candidate Hira Shaukat discuss her research on Leptospermum nitens. Abstract Australia has an abundance of native Leptospermum species, which is renowned for being the source of high-value bio-active honey production. Leptospermum nitens is one of the species identified with the potential of making WA a ‘hot spot’ for producing bioactive honey. I will …

Dan Dixon chats with Google Earth

PhD student Dan Dixon recently gave a talk in Google Earth’s Geo for Good Lightning Talks Series, Episode #5: Nature Conservation. In his talk, ‘Satellite prediction of forest flowering phenology’, Dan discussed his recently published research and its possible applications. He also took part in the Q&A portion with the other presenters. “So with this …

Honey Bee Hackathon

The honey bee industry is booming! If you have an idea, come and meet scientific and business experts to develop your business concept. Australia’s enviable biosecurity status places our honey bee products as the purest in the world. Our healthy honey bees also provide a pollination service advantage to our growing horticulture capacity, fodder production …