In this blog I discuss my recently published research in the journal Ecology and Evolution where I constructed a coastal plant database for multiple DNA barcodes, read on to find out what a DNA barcode is….
Arriving home to a place you have never been, Arkaroola
Last October I took a trip to the far north of the Flinders Ranges to help my best mate sample a rare plant species. This blog describes my experience at Arkaroola wildlife sanctuary – a place that feels like home and one that I cannot wait to return to.
Why is science about the people you meet?
I recently sat down with my friend, roommate and colleague to chat about her journey in science, culminating in her current PhD. Colette Blyth uses genomic analyses of Australian native plants to directly inform conservation. Read all about her story in this blog.