27 July 2020
Our Hub research is user-driven.
We want our research to be useful and delivered to decision-makers and land managers, so we design our projects in collaboration with those who will end up using our research to make better decisions guided by science.
We’ve been asking our research users how they’ve been using our research, and we’re proud to present our first “Research for impact” video.
The Gouldian finch eDNA project is a collaboration between Charles Darwin University, NT Department of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Western Australia and Jawoyn Rangers, and is delivering real impact for those charged with monitoring these endangered birds. Read more in the research impact story.
[See original media release and more images at AI transforms Kakadu management.] Microsoft is partnering with Kakadu National Park […]
Only a few decades ago, encountering a bandicoot or quoll around your campsite in the evening was a common and […]
New Hub research conducted at James Cook University has found environmental DNA (eDNA) can be used to detect the presence […]
Our Northern Hub Newsletter highlights what's going on in our research projects across northern Australia. It includes latest findings, what's coming up and what this all means for sustainable development and land and water management in the region.
Want to know more about Hub activities and the development of northern Australia? Stay informed of activities, research, publications, events and more through the Hub Newsletter.