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Lily van Eeden

Lily van Eeden

PhD Candidate in Human-Wildlife Conflict, University of Sydney
Lily is a PhD student at the University of Sydney, where she investigates conflict between humans and wildlife. Specifically, she uses interdisciplinary approaches to understand management of the Australian dingo. Lily completed a Masters in biodiversity conservation at the University of Oxford, producing a thesis on the politics of dingo management. Prior to returning to postgraduate study, she worked in environmental research and consulting in Australia, the US, UK, and China.

When introduced species are cute and loveable, culling them is a tricky proposition

Feb 10, 2020 23:51 pm UTC| Nature

Almost one in five Australians think introduced horses and foxes are native to Australia, and others dont want cute or charismatic animals culled, even when they damage the environment. So what are the implications of...

Guardian dogs, fencing, and 'fladry' protect livestock from carnivores

Sep 27, 2018 10:16 am UTC| Insights & Views Nature

Farmers have struggled for millennia to protect their livestock from wolves, lions, bears, and other large carnivores. Its expensive and time-consuming for farmers, governments and related agencies. Many current approaches...

Why the WA government is wrong to play identity politics with dingoes

Sep 02, 2018 22:21 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

Australias Commonwealth Coat of Arms depicts two iconic native animals the kangaroo and the emu. Both are unquestionably fair dinkum Aussies, unique to this continent and having lived here for a very long time. A very...

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Economy

Moderna assigns former J&J executive to be its medical chief

Moderna has assigned its new chief medical officer after recruiting a former Johnson Johnson executive. It was reported that effective on July 6, Dr. Paul Burton will be joining the American pharmaceutical and...

Ferrari enters the fashion industry with its Ferrari Style label

Ferrari is widely known to be a luxury sports car manufacturer. The Italian company may not be solely known for its sports cars anymore as it recently ventured into a new kind of business, and It involves...

Philips voluntarily recalls ventilators and sleep apnea machines

Philips initiated a voluntary recall for some of its sleep apnea machines and ventilators. The American multinational conglomerate company cited concerns for a foam component that may get detached or degrade and become...

Hyundai Motor put US factory operations on hold

Hyundai Motor Group has stopped operations in its production plants in the United States. It was reported that the reason for the pause was the automotive chip shortage. The unavoidable factory suspension The South...

Politics

Donald Trump investigation: DOJ official appointed by ex-POTUS involved in spying on House Democrats to resign

The Justice Department under former President Donald Trump was often weaponized during his presidency. With the recent reports surrounding the extent of the actions taken by the Trump administrations DOJ, one...

Joe Biden WH says POTUS urged UK PM Boris Johnson to ensure Northern Ireland protocol

US President Joe Biden recently came from the G7 Summit in Cornwall where he met with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The White House has disclosed that Biden did urge Johnson to ensure the protection of the Northern...

Kamala Harris immigration: VP reportedly struggles to answer border question that allies view as part of a 'pattern'

Vice President Kamala Harris is leading the Biden administrations efforts to stem migration as the US currently faces a record number of migrants coming from the southern border. Allies and aides to Harris see the vice...

Nancy Pelosi demands Jeff Sessions, Bill Barr to testify on DOJ surveillance on House Democrats

In light of the revelations that the Justice Department under Donald Trump secretly seized data from House Democrats on the Intelligence Committee, congressional Democrats are now speaking out against the allegations. This...

Science

Finland's Ant Brew offers beer created with goose poop

Finnish Brewery Ant Brew is offering the Wasted Potential Imperial Stout, produced by using goose feces to smoke malt. The microbrewerys home city, Lahti, which was named the European Green Capital 2021, wanted to...

New global guidelines for stem cell research aim to drive discussions, not lay down the law

The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) today released updated guidelines for stem cell research and its translation to medicine. Developed in response to recent scientific and clinical advances, the...

Tiangong: China may gain a monopoly on space stations - here's what to expect

China launched Tianhe-1, the first and main module of a permanent orbiting space station called Tiangong (Heavenly Palace 天 宫), on April 29. Two additional science modules (Wentian and Mengtian) will follow in 2022 in a...

Microfluidics: The tiny, beautiful tech hidden all around you

When you think of micro- or nanotechnology, you likely think of small electronics like your phone, a tiny robot or a microchip. But COVID-19 tests which have proven to be central to controlling the pandemic are also a...

Space tourism – 20 years in the making – is finally ready for launch

For most people, getting to the stars is nothing more than a dream. On April 28, 2001, Dennis Tito achieved that lifelong goal but he wasnt a typical astronaut. Tito, a wealthy businessman, paid US$20 million for a seat...

Technology

‘Everwild’ goes through complete reboot and unlikely to launch before 2024

It is close to a year since Xbox fans learned and last heard about Rares upcoming adventure game Everwild. It explains why the title was one of the most anticipated appearances during Xboxs E3 showcase. However, the game...

Beats Studio Buds offers AirPods Pro features at $149 only

The Beats Studio Buds was officially launched on Monday, just a few weeks after it was spotted in the iOS 14.6 code. The Apple-owned brand has now unveiled the wireless earbuds features that interestingly include Active...

‘Halo Infinite Multiplayer’ will offer Battle Passes that don’t expire

One of the biggest surprises at Xboxs E3 showcase was the announcement of the Halo Infinite Multiplayer. It will follow a free-to-play model, but it stands out simply for the way it will implement Battle Pass. Halo...

Bethesda possibly hinted at ‘The Elder Scrolls 6’ location in ‘Starfield’ teaser trailer

The Elder Scrolls 6 was a no-show at the Xbox-Bethesda E3 2021 showcase, just as expected. However, Bethesda may have included a very subtle nod to the upcoming game within the new teaser trailer of Starfield. Shortly...

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ return to PlayStation Store could happen soon

Cyberpunk 2077 has been delisted from the PlayStation Store very shortly after its release. However, new hints may have been spotted suggesting the game is returning to Sonys digital storefront soon. The tumultuous...
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