DNA to the Max student workshop (New South Wales)
Today's forensics scientists rely increasingly on molecular biochemical techniques. Want to know how those are achieved? Participate in the DNA to the Max class run by CSIRO Education in NSW at our centre in North Ryde or at your school.
Dr Michael Dunlop: Conserving biodiversity in a changing climate
Dr Michael Dunlop works on biodiversity and climate change. He has a special focus on understanding the implications of climate change for conservation, and helping managers and policymakers develop approaches to conservation that will be effective in a changing climate.
Dr Michael O’Connor: systems analyst
Using knowledge classification and analysis, Dr Michael O'Connor seeks to inform future choices about environmental sustainability, biodiversity and Indigenous land-use.
Mr Gary Bastin, monitoring rangeland condition
Mr Gary Bastin is a rangeland ecologist with experience in analysing disparate data sets to report change in Australia’s rangelands. He has considerable experience in rangeland monitoring using remote sensing and field-based methods, and has also investigated carbon dynamics in the rangelands.