Speaker: Cordelia Fine, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, Melbourne Business School
In the 1940’s, a British biologist called Angus Bateman carried out a series of experiments, looking at mating behaviour and reproductive success in fruit flies, that came to be
Speaker: Dan Noble, Macquarie University
Predicting phenotypic change has been met with great challenges in many natural systems owing to the multivariate nature of phenotypes, the interplay between genetic and non-gen
Speaker: Dr Kevin Rowe, Museum Victoria
Rodents are the only non-volant, terrestrial mammals that have naturally colonized the Australian continent (Sahul) since its break-up from Gondwana.
Speaker: Dr Jake Esselstyn, Louisiana State University, Museum of Natural Science
hylogenetic relationships among shrews of the Philippines have been difficult to confidently resolve with DNA sequence data derived from Sanger technology.