TAG: Professor Michelle Waycott
Dieback of Eucalyptus trees: end of the line or holding on for a new beginning?
What will happen to an isolated population of the red stringybark (Eucalyptus macrorhyncha) as droughts intensify under climate change? It’s not looking good but there is hope says a research team from the University of South Australia, University of Adelaide, and the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of South Australia. Dieback of trees due to […]
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EVENT: Botany in the Pub with National Science Week
From ancient flora to plants in space, we are living in an age of space exploration, yet it’s not just humans that are taking a leap. Plants will be critical to the survival of humans in space, as they have been on Earth for millions of years. Date: Friday 16 August Time: 6:00pm–7:30pm Location: Rob Roy Hotel, […]
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Ocean Essence: A Night of Science
The oceans are vast and mysterious. What lurks beneath the silver sheen of water’s surface? What stories lie under the sea? No, we don’t mean mermaids or singing crabs, we’re talking science! To celebrate Spring and the month of September, National Biodiversity Month, we bring you an extraordinary look at our seas and oceans through […]
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