Newsletter: Fruit fly research
Our latest newsletter is a Fruit fly research special feature with articles focusing on research about fruit fly lures, diagnostics, disinfestation protocols, genetic controls, plus meet our fruit fly PhDs. There is also a blog about the importance of international collaborations from our CEO, Dr Michael Robinson. Read the full issue here.
International plant health conference confirmed for Australia: Science Protecting Plant Health 2017
Plant pathology and biosecurity researchers, students, educators and policy makers will discuss the latest developments in plant protection at Science Protecting Plant Health 2017, to be held at the Brisbane Convention Centre, Queensland Australia, from 26-28 September 2017.
“We are expecting 400-500 delegates to take part in an exciting and invigorating week of science, workshops and networking,” said conference co-convenor Jennifer Cobon.
“There has been considerable early interest in the scientific program and I expect a strong response when we call for abstracts from 1 October 2016.”
Smart biosecurity science is an opportunity to have your say in how future plant biosecurity research, development and extension (RD&E) can best grow markets together. If you have a role to play in the future of plant biosecurity RD&E, now is the time to get involved. Visit the website.
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