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
Speaker: Maja Adamska, BSB, RSB
Sponges are one of the simplest multicellular animals and are traditionally viewed as the oldest surviving animal clade.
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.
Speaker: Richard Moore, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
An influential claim in recent evolutionary psychology is that the human mind is, at least in substantial part, a product of selection pressures for surviving in a social enviro