05
Dec

Fenner in the News - 'Dinosaur tree' Wollemi pines safe for now as Blue Mountains bushfires continue to burn »

The original wild specimens of the ancient Wollemi pine tree are safe for now as fires which have burnt more than 220,000 hectares continue throughout the Blue Mountains region of New South Wales. Yet their exact location remains secret. Associate Professor Cris Brack explained why to the ABC.
04
Dec

A buzz about pollination - Fenner research maps bee and food crops place of origin relationship »

With much of our food being grown globally, with plants dispersed far outside their place of origin, how does this change the relationship between bees and plants? Are crops which are grown in other regions visited by fewer types of bees?
18
Dec

Global dynamics of Live Fuel Moisture Content

HDR seminar - Thesis Proposal Review
18
Dec

Public Seminar - Managed aquifer recharge; water banking that we can trust

In a world with increasing pressures on freshwater systems, sensible management of them is becoming ever more important. This presentation includes an overview of global Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) innovations for banking water and increasing water security and resilience to climate change, droughts and floods.