Past events

15
Dec
2017
Speaker: Angelin Gifta Samuel, Gordon Group, E&E, RSB
Water is the elixir of life.  Strict drinking water guidelines are framed to ensure the safe drinking water supplies that are essential to sustain life.
14
Dec
2017
Speaker: Qi Cheng - PhD Candidate - Broer Group
Apical broad-spectrum neutral (0) amino acid transporter B0AT1 (SLC6A19) is mainly expressed in small intestine and kidney, mediating the transport of all neutral amino acids in a Na+-dependent manner.
13
Dec
2017
Speaker: Dr Caitlin Byrt, University of Adelaide
Abstract - From the very early origin of living cells there was a need to regulate osmotic adjustment.
08
Dec
2017
Speaker: Dr Ben Long, RSB, ANU
Abstract - Improvement of yield potential in global food crops has hit a breeding road-block which could be solved through genetic engineering.
06
Dec
2017
Speaker: Annisa Satyanti, Nicotra Group, E&E, RSB
Alpine ecosystems are considered to be particularly sensitive to the effect of global warming because they are characterized by species adapted to low temperatures. Plant responses to a changing climate will depend on their potential to establish and recruit following seed germination.
05
Dec
2017
Speaker: Marco Festa-Bianchet, Département de biologie, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
The potential evolutionary consequences of selective harvest are now routinely considered in fisheries management, but are often met with hostility by wildlife managers.  I will discuss strong evidence of artificial evolution of smaller horns in bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) and review
04
Dec
2017
We are celebrating 50 years of biology at ANU!
01
Dec
2017
Speaker: Huw Ogilvie, Moritz Group, E&E, RSB
So much research builds on evolutionary histories of species and genes, which are commonly represented as trees.
01
Dec
2017
Speaker: Adam Taranto, Solomon Lab, RSB, ANU
Abstract - Fungal pathogens deploy effector proteins to manipulate host immune responses and facilitate infection.
29
Nov
2017
Speaker: Dr Bob Schmitz, University of Georgia, USA
Abstract - There exists extensive natural epigenetic and cryptic variation in plant genomes some of which is linked to heritable phenotypic variation.

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