Find out about the latest cutting-edge environmental genomics happening in CSIRO’s Environomics Future Science Platform.
Genomics science offers opportunities to do environmental management differently. After a record number of applications, and review by our expert science advisory group, we are pleased to announce an exciting new research and development portfolio focused on creating new technologies for environmental monitoring, bioprospecting, and more. Watch this space!
Together with partners we have developed guidelines for research and monitoring applications using eDNA.
Using genomic 'CG' density and known fish lifespans, Alyssa will build a model to estimate the lifespan in species for which it is currently unknown.
We are building a National Biodiversity DNA Library to deliver a complete collection of DNA reference sequences for all known Australian animal and plant species. Minderoo Foundation is partnering with CSIRO to fund the first part of this DNA reference library, focusing on all species of Australian marine vertebrates, including fishes, whales, dolphins, seals, turtles, sea snakes and inshore sea and aquatic birds. Image: Minderoo OceanOmics Centre
As conference partner, we invite you to attend the 1st Australian & New Zealand Environmental DNA (eDNA) conference in Hobart on 14-17 February 2023. Early registration closes 12 December 2022.
We work with clients in the environmental sector to find solutions through research. From fast species mapping, to monitoring environmental health, to finding useful compounds in nature, our unique genomics technologies are available to solve wide ranging environmental problems for government and industry. Please contact Olly Berry to discuss your challenges and how we can help.