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The Government of Western Australia Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) is proposing important amendments to the Mining Act 1978, through the Streamlining (Mining Amendment) Bill 2021.  A summary of the Bill is available here.  The goal of the amendments is to simplify, […]

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On May 11, 2021, we were invited to showcase Econumerics’ work at the #ItalianResearchDay, in the beautiful Fremantle Maritime Museum. We heard stories of inspiring cross-sector partnerships between Italy and Australia, along with some insightful talks about #oceanscience, #blueeconomy, #university, #industry, #research, #sustainability, and #environmentalmanagement. […]

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We are extremely pleased to announce that Andrea's collaboration with Curtin University of Technology has been renewed to continue our collaboration in the acidic hypersaline lakes project. With field-work well underway and metagenomic sequencing data pouring in, we are now ready to start the analysis [...]
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The western ringtail possum (Pseudocheirus occidentalis) is a critically endangered small/medium sized arboreal marsupial, with a shrinking distribution in the wild, currently restricted to eucalypt forests in the south-western corner of Western Australia. Decline in abundance and range of this species can be attributed to […]

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Bald Head walk trail in Albany, Western Australia (WA) (-35.098763, 117.967622) is a challenging linear 13-kilometer return track, located in the Torndirrup National Park. The trail crosses the Flinders Peninsula from East to West, and, with spectacular views of the Southern Ocean and King George Sound, […]

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We recently completed Stage One, of a multicentre study based on a large collaborative effort, aimed at understanding the safety and efficacy of probiotic therapy, on days alive and out of hospital, in adult intensive care unit (ICU) patients. The Restoration Of gut microflora in […]

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Congratulations to our former PhD student Dr Daniel Squire & our colleagues @MurdochUni, for this insightful new #paper just accepted in Infection, genetics and Evolution 👏 This is a unique perspective into the #epidemiology of #Trichomonas vaginalis isolates from #Australia & #Ghana patients, which combined […]

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A big thank you to all participants, trainers and helpers of our “Ecological data analysis with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Python for GIS” workshop, held in February 2020. At Econumerics, we certainly enjoyed organizing every aspect of this course, and feel honoured by the [...]
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