A shift towards nature accountability and transparency is a necessary step for a nature-positive future. Explore how eDNA offers a powerful solution for understanding biodiversity impacts at site or landscape level.
We’re excited to announce our webinar: Monitoring terrestrial ecosystems using eDNA. Join us for an introduction of the broad applications of applying eDNA in these environments along with case study examples and Q&A.
Did you know you can use eDNA to track contamination in waterways using our SourceDNA application? Join us for an introductory webinar session that will cover how you can implement these techniques into your monitoring and management of contamination in aquatic systems.
We are tailoring commercial solutions that help organisations joining the nature positive movement to better set biodiversity based targets, monitor activities and produce data-driven outcomes.
We are now on the other side of the much anticipated inaugural Australian and New Zealand eDNA Conference. So, what did we take away from this conference?
Melbourne Water is undertaking an extensive eDNA survey to monitor key biological values, including native fish, birds, frogs and platypuses.
Surveying for oysters often presents a variety of challenges for efficiently obtaining data. A new study uses eDNA to fill this knowledge gap based on a cost-effective approach that overcomes expensive and time-consuming survey techniques.
The results from the 2021 Great Australian Platypus Search have now been released, yet what exactly do they mean and how does this data help?
EnviroDNA announces an environmental accounting Method using eDNA to support regional-scale land management and facilitate positive environmental outcomes.