Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

Seminars from the RSB Division of Ecology and Evolution (E&E).

Upcoming events

24
Apr
2018
Speaker: Jonas Bylemans, University of Canberra
Efficient monitoring and management of species biodiversity requires sensitive and reliable detection tools.
01
May
2018
Speaker: Alastair Senior, University of Sydney
Medically, the effects of a treatment on among individual variation in health have direct implications for personalized medicine.
08
May
2018
Speaker: Kate Umbers, University of Western Sydney
Kate’s DECRA project proposes an empirical evaluation of startle displays as the ‘missing link’ in antipredator defences.
15
May
2018
Speaker: Fanny de Busserolles, University of Queensland
Contrary to what most people think, the deep-sea is not a completely dark environment and vision is often one of the main sense used by its inhabitants.

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Past events

17
Apr
2018
Speaker: Minh Bui, Lanfear Lab, E&E, RSB
In this talk I will present three new computational methods for phylogenetics: (i) a fast and accurate model selection approach (ModelFinder), (ii) an effective tree reconstruct
27
Mar
2018
Speaker: David Raubenheimer, The University of Sydney
Modern technological sophistication has enabled us to delve deep into molecular and physiological mechanisms, but the ultimate causes of diet-related outcomes (growth, health, d
20
Mar
2018
Speaker: Maja Adamska, BSB, RSB
Sponges are one of the simplest multicellular animals and are traditionally viewed as the oldest surviving animal clade.
16
Mar
2018
Speaker: Robyn Shaw, Peakall Group, E&E, RSB
Genetic diversity is a key component of biodiversity, underpinning the fitness of individuals and the ability of species to adapt to environmental change.

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