The National Science Exchange is an open conference, and everyone interested in plant biosecurity research, policy, operations or management is welcome. Join us for an inspiring three days of plant biosecurity science, networking with Australia and New Zealand's biosecurity community and fantastic social events.
Share your science - FAST!
PBCRC researchers, industry partners and end-users are invited to submit an abstract on a PBCRC research topic for a Fast Science presentation at the National Science Exchange.
Fast Science snapshots are a maximum three minutes in length, accompanied by one slide only. It's a challenge to your presentation skills and a great opportunity to give a lively taste of your work to a significant audience, sparking conversations over the three days of the National SX. Send your abstract and bio to email@example.com by Monday 16 April 2018.
Abstracts and bios now due
The National Science Exchange will feature presentations on selected research projects, chosen based on impact or innovation.
Plenary presenters have been notified if they are required to present and have been asked to submit an abstract and bio by Monday 16 April 2018.
Contact the SX18 committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries.
The Leaflet: March 2018
Read about the impact of our social and environmental biosecurity research. And registrations are now open for our National Science Exchange to be held in Melbourne in May. Read the full issue here.
SmartBiosecurity: Australasian Plant Biosecurity Collaborative Research Institute
We are delighted to present an investment proposal SmartBiosecurity: Australasian Plant Biosecurity Collaborative Science Institute. This proposal for Australasian biosecurity research, development and extension builds upon the existing momentum and structures of the Plant Biosecurity CRC (which ceases in 2018), utilising the strengths of shared resourcing and overcoming the weaknesses of a short-term CRC.
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