News & events
Catch up on the latest Biosecurity Commons news and events
Biosecurity Commons, the ground-breaking platform for modelling and analysing biosecurity risk and response, has secured investment to keep developing the project into 2024.
Media release: Ground-breaking biosecurity project will help protect Australia from harmful invasive species
A new biosecurity project is set to play a transformative role in protecting Australia from the arrival of invasive species that threaten the economy and the environment.
Biosecurity Commons’ Project Manager, Dr Rob Clemens, took part in a lively panel discussion at the National Biosecurity Forum on Wednesday 5 April 2023.
We are delighted to announce that Biosecurity Commons will officially launch on 10 May at the Annual Diagnostics and Surveillance Workshop 2023 in Canberra.
Biosecurity Commons spoke to Dr James Camac, a Chief Investigator in CEBRA who developed the Risk Mapping methodology, about our platform and the challenges faced by the biosecurity research community.
Biosecurity Commons and EcoCommons have jointly won the Excellence in Enhancing Research award at Griffith University’s Vice Chancellor’s Awards.
Biosecurity Commons will ‘drive up standards of biosecurity’ and give decision-makers the technical ability to explore pest invasion scenarios, according to Dr John Virtue.
The Biosecurity Commons team demonstrated how its two new workflows could be used to model Mouse-ear Hawkweed at a very well received workshop.
Biosecurity Commons and EcoCommons Australia have proudly won the Excellence in Research Support award at the CAUDIT Awards.
Biosecurity Commons will demonstrate its new platform at the 2nd Australian Biosecurity Symposium on 5th May 2022.
Biosecurity Commons has commenced work on the first of five scientific workflows that will be available on their decision-support platform.
Biosecurity Commons is thrilled to announce the launch of their new branding and website biosecuritycommons.org.au
Biosecurity Commons is a joint initiative of the Australian and Queensland Government, the NCRIS-funded Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) and four other organisations.
- Biosecurity Commons received investment (https://doi.org/10.47486/PL021) from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC). The ARDC is funded by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).