Last week, the second Australian Biosecurity Symposium was held on the Gold Coast, Queensland, where research, innovation and the exchange of knowledge and ideas were at the event’s forefront.

Promoting the Decade of Biosecurity, AUSVEG Biosecurity Coordinator Callum Fletcher and iMapPESTS Project Coordinator Shakira Johnson presented on solving the collaborative conundrum between industry and government and innovative and smart surveillance technologies.

Image: Plant Health Australia’s Mila Bristow and AUSVEG’s Shakira Johnson, Callum Fletcher and Zali Mahony.