Environmental DNA | Biomonitoring Solutions
A rapidly emerging technology transforming how biodiversity audits are done in environmental studies. Environmental DNA (eDNA) is ubiquitous in the environment and holds powerful biological information. By applying innovative molecular biological techniques it’s possible to target and identify rare organisms amongst entire communities across taxonomic groups simultaneously. Sampling can be from complex multi-species biological substrates such as water, biofoul, sediment or faecal material thereby removing the need to observe, collect and identify organisms leading to substantial time and money savings.
About eDNA frontiers | Curtin University
A new and exciting venture, eDNA frontiers was launched by Curtin University in 2018 as a commercial shopfront to a broad range of users. This innovative initiative seeks to explore and build upon new environmental DNA (eDNA) technologies developed from within the Trace and Environmental DNA research laboratories.
eDNA frontiers is a dedicated service focused business unit providing biodiversity testing capabilities and industry-driven research to the field.