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  2. Professor
    College of Science, Health, Engineering and Education
    9360 6577
    Unit Coordinator:
    BIO607 - Invasive and Pest Species Management Unit
  3. our.murdoch.edu.au/Committees/College-Committees/SHEE-College-Research-Committee/Members/
    Current members of the SHEE College Research Committee
  4. www.murdoch.edu.au/research/hbi/our-researchers
    Our team of environmental researchers draw on decades of industry and academic experience to balance the needs of community, business and biodiversity.
  5. our.murdoch.edu.au/University-Secretarys-Office/University-history/Awards/VCs-Excellence-in-Research-Awards/
    A history of Vice Chancellor's Excellence in Research Awards at Murdoch University
  6. www.murdoch.edu.au/research/ffi/our-researchers/our-researchers-index
    Our team draws on decades of academic and industry experience to deliver focused, translational research that addresses some of our most pressing food environmental challenges.
  7. www.murdoch.edu.au/study/courses/honours-courses/honours-opportunities
    Explore the many opportunities available to you through your Honours.
  8. www.murdoch.edu.au/study/courses/research-degrees/masters-research-projects
    The Accelerated Research Masters with Training is a one-year (36 credit point) research degree that will provide additional choice to students who want to continue their education in research as a pathway to PhD or to upskill for the next stage of their careers.
  9. www.murdoch.edu.au/research/hbi/our-researchers/our-researchers-index
    Our team of environmental researchers draw on decades of industry and academic experience to balance the needs of community, business and biodiversity.
  10. 7 May 2021: New research shows while common and invasive species are benefiting from landscapes altered by tree declines, many specialist species are being lost.
  11. 31 May 2021: Scientists at the Harry Butler Institute have discovered that red foxes are ravaging a larger range of Australian animals than previously realised.

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