Speaker: Professor Mark Howden, Director, Climate Change Institute, ANU
Matching genetics and management to the operating environment is the fundamental challenge of agriculture.
Speaker: Professor Benjamin Kerr, Department of Biology, University of Washington
Nearly every major bacterial lineage studied to date possesses strains that produce protein-based toxins that are thought to function as anti-competitor compounds. Toxin produc
Speaker: Prof David Sibley. The phylum Apicomplexa is named for its specialized apical features, which include a novel microtubule-organizing center, and dedicated secretory or
Speaker: Prof Deep Saini. Chloromethane is a major carrier of chlorine in Earth’s atmosphere and thus participates in influencing the integrity of ozone layer.