Past events

08
Nov
2016
Data Processing in R for beginners co-organized with Janet Gardner from EEG. This will be a 6 hours workshop on 8/11 9:30 - 12:30 - lunch break - 1:00pm - 4:00pm and will be covering:
04
Nov
2016
Speaker: Liam Bailey, Langmore Group, EEG, RSB
Anthropogenic climate change will not only change mean climatic conditions but is also predicted to alter patterns of extreme climatic events (ECEs). Changes in the frequency and magnitude of ECEs can have broad impacts; however, empirical work on the topic has been limited. My Ph.D.
04
Nov
2016
Speaker: Prof Lindell Bromham, RSB
The aim of this workshop is to examine the fundamental principles of phylogenetic inference.
03
Nov
2016
Speaker: Journalists and media people from ANU media
  Would you like to get more publicity for your research? Ever wondered what it’d be like to be interviewed on TV? Got a good story but worried about journalists asking tricky questions?  
02
Nov
2016
Speaker: Dr Leila Blackman, Hardham lab, ANU
Abstract - Oomycetes, including Phytophthora species, are major plant pathogens worldwide and like fungal phytopathogens, they produce a wide range of cytoplasmic and extracellular effector proteins that facilitate their successful infection of host plants.
01
Nov
2016
Introduction to R and RStudio co-organized with Teresa Neeman from ANU Statistical Consulting Unit. The workshop will be over 2 half-days 31/10 and 1/11 9:30am - 1:30pm, and will cover basic concepts in R, including:
31
Oct
2016
Speaker: Professor Stuart Parsons, School of Earth, Environmental and Biological Sciences, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Unravelling the mysteries of bats: from bioacoustics to behavioural ecology.  
31
Oct
2016
Introduction to R and RStudio co-organized with Teresa Neeman from ANU Statistical Consulting Unit. The workshop will be over 2 half-days 31/10 and 1/11 9:30am - 1:30pm, and will cover basic concepts in R, including:
27
Oct
2016
Speaker: Laura Wedd, Maleszka Group, EEG, RSB
Although DNA methylation patterns are frequently dependent on genotype, the implications of this interdependence for organismal biology are poorly understood.
27
Oct
2016
Speaker: Prof Marco Falasca Metabolic Signalling Group School of Biomedical Sciences | Faculty of Health Sciences Curtin University
ATP Binding Cassette (ABC) transporters are frequently overexpressed in different cancer types and represent one of the major mechanisms responsible for chemoresistance. These are primary active export pumps that can cause multidrug resistance by effluxing drugs from the cell.

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