Past events

27
Feb
2018
Speaker: Prof Robin Chazdon, University of Connecticut and University of the Sunshine Coast
Robin Chazdon is Professor Emerita in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department at the University of Connecticut and Research Professor with the Tropical Forests and People Centre at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
27
Feb
2018
Speaker: Assoc Prof Devi Stuart-Fox, University of Melbourne
The adaptive significance of animal coloration is clear: it matters for survival (camouflage, warning coloration, mimicry) and it matters for reproduction (sexual and social signalling). But what about wavelengths that we cannot see?
23
Feb
2018
Speaker: Professor Armin P. Moczek
The origin of novel traits is among the most intriguing and enduring problems in evolutionary biology.
22
Feb
2018
Speaker: Weidong Jing, Broer Lab
Phosphatidylserine (PS) is predominantly confined to the inner leaflet of the plasma membrane in eukaryotes through the action of ATP-dependent phospholipid-transporting flippases. PS can be exposed on the cell surface by scramblases in apoptotic cells and activated platelets.
20
Feb
2018
Speaker: Brooke Crowley, Departments of Geology and Anthropology, University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati Ohio, USA)
Understanding how animals move within and across landscapes is a conservation priority. However, monitoring dispersal, home ranges, and territories for cryptic, solitary, and rare animals can be challenging.
20
Feb
2018
Speaker: Dr April Carroll, Vice President at AeroFarms, US
Abstract - AeroFarms® operates the world’s largest indoor vertical farm just outside of New York City in Newark, New Jersey, USA.
16
Feb
2018
Speaker: Dr Geoffrey Hill, Auburn University
Eukaryotic performance hinges on the coordinated function of the products of the nuclear and mitochondrial genomes in achieving oxidative phosphorylation.  Because two genomes are involved, function is maintained only through perpetual selection for mitonuclear coadaptation.  I’ll discuss how the
13
Feb
2018
Speaker: Assistant Professor Shu-Sin Chng - Host Denisse Leyton
Gram-negative bacteria can survive in harsh environments in part because of the presence of the outer membrane (OM), which comprises lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and phospholipids (PLs) in the outer and inner leaflets, respectively.
02
Feb
2018
01
Feb
2018
Speaker: Paul Cremin, LabArchives
LabArchives is a cloud-based electronic filing system for managing files and datasets, and is designed to protect data and comply with regulatory funding requirements.

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