Past events

06
Dec
2016
Speaker: George Olah, Rod Peakall, Robert Heinsohn, Ambassador of Peru
You are invited to attend the Australian premiere of the research documentary 'The Macaw Project - Biologists, Ecotourists and Local Communities for the Amazonian Rainforest.' The Peruvian Ambassador will open the event with Peruvian food from Mr Papa, drinks from Andean Corner and music.
05
Dec
2016
Joint Mass Spectrometry Facility Biomolecule LC-MS Training Course – Peptides and Proteins 5 December - 9 December 2016   Objectives of the training
02
Dec
2016
Speaker: Veronica Reyna, PhD student, Rathjen lab
Abstract - Wheat stripe rust, caused by the biotrophic fungus Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici (Pst), is currently one of the most important crop diseases worldwide.
02
Dec
2016
Speaker: Craig Moritz, Huw Ogilvie
Systematists and macroevolutionary biologists naturally think of bifurcating trees as a natural way to investigate the evolutionary history of species, clades and assemblages.
01
Dec
2016
Speaker: Robert Summers - Martin Lab
Initially identified as the primary determinant of chloroquine resistance in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum, it has become increasingly evident that mutations in the ‘chloroquine resistance transporter’ (PfCRT) decrease (or in several cases increase) the malaria parasite’s su
01
Dec
2016
Speaker: Alex Carey - Callaghan Lab
Multidrug efflux pump P-glycoprotein (P-gp) has been the subject of significant research interest since the discovery of the protein in multi-drug resistance cancer cells 40 years ago.
29
Nov
2016
Speaker: Dr. Clare E. Holleley, CSIRO National Research Collections Australia
Modes of sex determination in reptiles have undergone rapid turnover throughout their evolution. Reptiles display contrasting strategies, from complete genetic control of sexual fate (genotypic sex determination -- GSD) to environmentally determined sex (e.g.
29
Nov
2016
Speaker: Associate Professor Steven Plotkin Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia Host: Maja Adamska
Neurodegenerative diseases generally have a risk that increases with age, are primarily sporadic, and once initiated, are observed to propagate from cell to cell.
28
Nov
2016
Speaker: Dr Sue Meek, Honorary Professor and Principal of Sue Meek and Associates
Dr Sue Meek has worked at the interface of academia, industry and government for over 30 years.
24
Nov
2016
Speaker: RSB HDR students
Come and see our HDR students present their work - all welcome!

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