- Victoria Biodiversity Conference
2021 conference award winners announced!
Updated: Apr 16, 2021
There were a fantastic selection of high-quality talks at VicBioCon 2021. Here are our winners!
Best full-length talk (10 min)
2nd place: Diana Robledo-Ruiz, Monash University, with talk titled "Social organisation limits in-situ breeding management for a critically endangered bird"
3rd place: Oliver Dalby, Deakin University, with talk titled "Contemporary remote sensing of seagrass ecosystems in Western Port, Victoria"
Best speed talk (5 min)
2nd place: Kaitlyn Hammond, University of Melbourne, with talk titled "Multi-decadal silvicultural experiments reveal conservation surprises"
3rd place: Kevin Newman, University of Melbourne, with talk titled "Optimal surveillance methods"
Highest engagement winner on iChair
VicBioCon Research Grant winner ($2000)
Congratulations to our winners!