Past events

21
Jul
2017
Speaker: Professor Jeremy Searle, Cornell University
The western house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) and common shrew (Sorex araneus) show dramatic chromosomal variation, with around 100 chromosomal races in each species
14
Jul
2017
Attended by bioinformaticians from ANU Bioinformatics Consultancy (ABC) and Terry Neeman from ANU Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU). TIC Techniques In Computational Genomics
05
Jul
2017
Speaker: H. Charles Manning, PhD. Director, Vanderbilt Center form Molecular Probes and Molecular Imaging Research
Cancer diagnosis algorithms routinely use medical imaging of one or more types, but the clinical imaging modalities that are most-heavily relied upon provide primarily anatomical and structural information.
03
Jul
2017
Speakers: Dave Haywood, Waters Senior Manager Omics Business Development - Global Market Operations.
Paul Goulding, Waters Senior Business Development Manager - Asia, Africa & Australasia
A “Multi-Omics” Study of Metabolic Syndrome Disorders Using SONAR, a New Mass Spectrometry Data Independent Acquisition Mode Dave Heywood
30
Jun
2017
Speaker: Ashley Jones, Millar lab, ANU
Abstract - Transcriptomic studies from many eukaryotic species have shown that amongst the protein coding mRNA, there is another level of complexity; RNA that appears to have no protein coding potential yet emerging evidence has indicated important biological roles.
23
Jun
2017
Speaker: Bokyung Choi, Crisp/Linde Groups, RSB
Melaleuca is the second biggest genus (ca. 380 spp.) in the Australian Myrtaceae, after Eucalyptus.
22
Jun
2017
Speaker: Jalview coordinator James Procter from University of Dundee
The workshop will be delivered by a Jalview coordinator James Procter from University of Dundee.
20
Jun
2017
Speaker: Jennifer Donelson, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies James Cook University
Knowledge of the capacity for species to acclimate and adapt to rapid climate change is critical for effective management and conservation of ecosystems in the future.
14
Jun
2017
Speaker: Prof Michael Crisp, Emeritus Professor (Ecology& Evolution, RSB)
Abstract - Callitris belongs to one of the three most diverse extant conifer families and currently is the most species-rich conifer genus in Australia.
14
Jun
2017
Speaker: Benjamin Schwessinger (ANU), Megan McDonald (ANU), Steve Eichten (ANU), Louise Judd (UniMelb)
Our nanopore sequencing workshop is targeted at beginners and intermediate users of the Oxford Nanopore MinION sequencing platform.

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