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Public engagement in controversial fields: Vaccine hesitancy, marine science and climate change

On 30 March 2022, we were joined by Assoc Prof Katie Attwell, Dr Zoë Doubleday and Dr Josh Wodak for a panel discussion on public engagement within controversial fields. 

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PESTA seminar (30.03.22)

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Public engagement in controversial fields: Vaccine hesitancy, marine science and climate change

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Community Attitudes Toward Gene Editing in the Red Meat Sector

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New research by the Food Values Research Group sheds light on community attitudes towards the use of gene editing in the beef industry.

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EchidnaCSI wins citizen science award

EchidnaCSI has won this year's SA Citizen Science and Engagement Award for Outstanding Science and Research.

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Consumer research on new breeding techniques

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New research from the Food Values Research Group provides insight into Australian and New Zealand consumers' attitudes towards the use of new breeding techniques in food production.

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Public engagement in synthetic biology: What’s possible and how do we get there?

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On 27 October 2021, we were joined by Dr Lucy Carter who spoke about public engagement efforts in the field of synethic biology, including as part of the CSIRO's Synthetic Biology Future Science Platform.

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PESTA seminar (27.10.21)

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Public engagement in synthetic biology: What’s possible and how do we get there?

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Genetic Biocontrol Technology for Invasive Pests

A team of University of Adelaide researchers has been awarded a $1 million grant as part of the South Australian Government’s Research and Innovation Fund to develop genetic strategies for the control of invasive pest animals.

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How can scientific objectivity benefit from citizen participation?

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On 13 September 2021, we were joined by Prof Stéphanie Ruphy who spoke about the impact of citizen science on scientific objectivity.

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PESTA seminar (13.09.21)

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How can scientific objectivity benefit from citizen participation?

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