Your Search Results

A nationwide bee breeding program

Honey bees are responsible for 1/3 of the food that we eat. There is a need to breed honey bee populations that are efficient pollinators and are robust to stressors such as pests a more...

Supervisor(s): Oldroyd, Benjamin (Professor), Chapman, Nadine (Dr)

Are ecological interactions in urban landscapes disrupted by shifts in biodiversity?

There are numerous opportunities for research projects pursuing questions driven by the main themes in our research.  My research group uses multi-species multi-scale approache more...

Supervisor(s): Hochuli, Dieter (Associate Professor)

A sensor driven approach to assessing health in honey bee colonies

This project aims to optimise honey bee colony health by developing low-cost sensor arrays. The supervisory team for this project also includes Dr Ash Rahman (Data61) and Dr Jo more...

Supervisor(s): Latty, Tanya (Dr)

New technologies for detecting, counting and identifying pollinators in the field

This project will leverage advances in image processing and machine learning to develop new techniques for high throughput sampling of pollinator populations in crops.  Th more...

Supervisor(s): Latty, Tanya (Dr)