27 November 2018
Feedback on a recent ‘Research Marketplace’ hosted by the Northern Hub at the annual Territory NRM conference rated the session highly, with scores of over 80% for content, presentation and organisation.
The marketplace kicked off with eight short presentations – researchers ‘selling their wares’ – in this case the latest research on projects including gamba grass and fire, mine rehabilitation, the multiple benefits of Indigenous land management programs, prioritising threatened species, Gulf mangrove dieback and finding Gouldian Finches with eDNA.
Following the showcase, each presenter hosting a market stall/table – participants then voted with their feet and visited their top stalls (luckily all presenters got a sale!), asking questions, discussing the science and giving feedback.
Finally all ‘sellers’ shared the key messages they heard from buyers so that all can use and action this feedback. For more information please contact Hub Knowledge Broker [email protected].
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