After a successful inaugural Victorian Biodiversity Conference earlier this year, a group of motivated students and early career researchers from a wide range of Victorian Universities (RMIT, La Trobe, Monash, Federation, Charles Sturt, Melbourne, Deakin) have begun planning our next conference to be held early February 2018 at La Trobe University, Melbourne (https://www.vicbiocon.com).
This event aims to be a low cost and accessible conference to promote networking between graduate and postdoctoral researchers, as well as practitioners in government and NGOs working on research related to Victorian biodiversity.
The conference will provide an important and rare opportunity for young researchers to hear from government, industry and non-governmental organisations, as well as foster inter-University interactions through a series of plenaries, invited talks, workshops and networking opportunities.
We are organising!
Get your abstracts ready, and stay tuned for further updates!
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I just found your blog entry via the tag Halgania. I wonder, if you could tell me, if “Halgania cyanea” in that area is always that lavender-coloured or if it’s blue. I’m working on the genus, but mostly, the flower colour is faded and not reconstructable anymore. Cheers!