Speaker: Dr. Ardian Jusufi, University of Technology Sydney
Despite remarkable advances, human-made devices are currently much less capable of action than biological organisms. Animals have perturbation-response: They can adjust their m
Speaker: Michaela Purcell, Rowell Group, E&E, RSB
Fergusoninidae is a fascinating but little-known family of Australian flies.
Speaker: Professor Denise Dearing, Department of Biology, University of Utah
At every meal, animals that consume plants are faced with the prospect of being poisoned by naturally occurring toxins, i.e., plant secondary compounds, in plants. Little exper
Speaker: Keyne Monro, Monash University
Environmental change can profoundly alter the opportunity for selection, how it acts on phenotypes, and how they evolve in response.