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Drawn to Science

We have several talented artists among us at Qaeco, not least of whom is Kate Cranney. Kate’s been using her flair for images and words in a series of pieces for Melbourne Uni student magazine Farrargo. 75 more words


#EMAPI2015 & #ICOET2015: upcoming Qaeco talks

Next week sees Qaecologists presenting on either side of the US:

At International Conference on Ecology and Transportation in Raleigh, North Carolina, Casey Visintin will be talking about “Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions: Predicting Where to Mitigate with a Conceptual Modelling Framework”. 70 more words


More than the humble yabbie: conserving Australia's freshwater crayfish

Australia has nearly a quarter of the world’s 600 freshwater crayfish species, but we lag far behind in conserving them (and other invertebrates). Over at… 94 more words


Botanical whirlwind with Freya Thomas

Qaecologist Freya Thomas has just returned from a five month stint overseas visiting fire ecologists and managers, below she gives a brief outline on her trip, but watch… 461 more words


#14DSBS: Qaeco goes deep

Headed to the 14th Deep Sea Biology Symposium in Aveiro, Portugal next week? Yes?  You lucky scoundrel!

Look out for Qaecologist and deep-sea enthusiast Skip Woolley’s… 35 more words