Northern Hub news (August 2020)

14 August 2020

Northern Australia August 2020 update.

Strengthening and appropriate sharing of knowledge has been an underpinning principle of all the NESP Northern Hub projects. The processes of reporting back to co-researchers and sharing final outputs with research users will become critical for the Hub in the coming months and you can read about how that process has begun in the latest eNews.

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