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The Centre for Applied Conservation Science facilitates and captures the research efforts between the University of Adelaide and Conservation International. Founded on the simple principle to save nature using science-based solutions the Centre enables the unity of technical expertise and resources to provide practical solutions for sustainability managing our natural resources, providing greater food security and protecting nature.

Past Events

Mini-Conference Program. The Centre hosted a series of talks in October 2017 featuring Conservation International, SA Dept. Environment, Water & Natural Resources and the University of Adelaide.

Facilities

Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility (URAF), is a 'drone hub' offering a commercial drone course leading to the award of a Remote Pilot Licence (RePL)

Research Professional, is a service providing a portal to relevant & available funding opportunities and research news. Currently only available to University of Adelaide members.

Centre for Applied Conservation Science
Address

Room 106
Level 1 Benham Building
North Terrace Campus
THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

Contact

T: 831 34042
email