Every year, Science at the Shine Dome celebrates the rich achievements of Australia’s foremost physical and biological scientists. The 3-day festival is an opportunity for scientists and the public alike to learn new knowledge and will be capped off by the Life on the loose symposium.
The Life on the loose: species and invasion control symposium will bring together a diverse set of players in the fight to understand, eradicate or control invasive species in Australia. Associate Professor Phill Cassey is an invited speaker at the event. Cassey will speak on the topic of “the ecological and conservation implications of biological invasions”. Phill Cassey has also been recently appointed to the advisory panel of the NZ Biological heritage challenge.
Science at the Shine Dome will be held from 22 – 24 May, 2017 with the Life on the loose symposium on 25 May, 2017 at The Shine Dome in Canberra. For full details and to register, head to the website.