Elizabeth Clare

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Elizabeth Clare

York University

Professor Clare is a Canadian biodiversity scientist who studies the effects of landscapes and climate on ecological communities. She has held faculty positions in both the UK and Canada. She is a research associate of the Royal Ontario Museum and an Honorary Fellow at University College London. She is a fellow of the Linnean Society and the Higher Education Academy of the UK. She was among the first to use DNA barcoding and metabarcoding to study dietary ecology. Most recently she has pioneered the use of airborne eDNA to study terrestrial life. She is now trying to harness the world’s air quality assessment infrastructure to measure biodiversity on a planetary scale.
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Wednesday, July 10 | 
15:00
 — 16:30
AAAS/Science Panel Discussion: Future breakthroughs in Science & Technology
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