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1st Australian and New Zealand Environmental DNA conference

Environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis uses the power of DNA sequences to offer a rapid, universal and cost-effective way to measure biodiversity, detect pests, and much more. Not only is eDNA science a fast-moving and innovative field, but increasingly, government agencies and industry are adopting it to support environmental management.

  • 21/03/2022

    Grand Chancellor Hotel, Hobart and online

Without a doubt, eDNA is changing the face of biological measurement, and now is a pivotal time to engage deeply with the community. Whether you are a practitioner, end-user of environmental information, manager, or policymaker, we hope you will join us to discuss the latest innovations, identify best practice, meet with collaborators, and build networks with historical Hobart and beautiful Kunanyi (Mt Wellington) as a backdrop.  Online attendance is also available for this conference.

For more information see the conference website.