I was fortunate to head over seas recently to two very different countries, Germany and Cambodia. The experiences I had made quite the impression on me so I have decided to share them here.
Featured photo credit: Zoe Nash
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….
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.
I published a paper! A scientific article from my PhD research has recently been published in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. This blog is all about this work, explaining the background and key results of my research – very excited about this one- enjoy!
Whale sharks! need I say more… This blog dives into the world of whale sharks and their life in our oceans. I talk to my friend Ben D’Antonio about his PhD research into whale shark migratory behaviour.
Recently completing my PhD has made me reflect on my scientific journey. It has been extraordinary adventure and I have got to experience some amazing places and contribute to the world in a way that I never thought I could. I am proud of how far I have come and have decided to share this as a blog post.
It has been a while since I have blogged again, mainly I have been super busy with finishing my PhD thesis. This blog is all about South Australia and what I have discovered since not being able to travel overseas. The world can be beautiful, and it is good to stop and take note of the wonderful, natural world your own city has to offer.
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.
Just 7 hours out of Adelaide you’ll find the Hiltaba Nature Reserve. Run by the Nature Foundation, this perfect piece of paradise is just stunning. I was very lucky to get to travel here and explore the arid landscape, taking in the plant and animal life and snapping some great photographs. Read more to find out about this adventure I had.
While I had thought I would be writing more travel blogs at this time, the coronavirus situation has put my travel plans put on hold. Instead, this past week I have been involved in an online science meeting where I was able to engage with Nobel laureates and meet other young scientists from around the globe! Read more about my incredible experience in this blog