Scientific conferences have provided me a great opportunity to share my research, learn about the latest technologies and ideas in my fields, and meet some incredible people. I often share my experiences of these conferences on my blog, and you can check out the conference prizes I’ve won by clicking here



  • Botanical Society of America Conference (2018) “How carnivorous are carnivorous plants? Investigating reliance on heterotrophy using natural abundance stable isotope techniques”, in the Evolution, ecology, development, and conservation of carnivorous plants colloquium, in Rochester, Minnesota, USA

  • International Carnivorous Plants Society Conference (2018) “Nutrition, ecology & conservation of Australian carnivorous plants”, in Santa Rosa, California, USA

  • Conservation Biology Oceania Conference (2018) “Conservation of Darwin’s ‘most wonderful plants in the world’: insights from ecological research and challenges for the future”, in Wellington, New Zealand

  • International Botanical Congress (2017) “Convergent evolution of two Mediterranean-climate carnivorous plants: Investigating the relationship between investment and reward for Byblis gigantea and Drosophyllum lusitanicum”, in the Evolution, Ecology and Physiology of Carnivorous Plants symposium, in Shenzhen, China

  • International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies (IsoEcol, 2016) “Just how carnivorous are carnivorous plants? Investigating the dependence of carnivorous plants on heterotrophic nutrition, using stable isotope techniques”, in Tokyo, Japan

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