Upcoming events

16
Aug
2018
Speaker: Colombian Ambassador to Australia, His Excellency Mr Jaime Bueno-Miranda
The Embassy of Colombia, the ANU Research School of Biology and the Fenner School of the Environment and Society invite you to a screening of the documentary
17
Aug
2018
Speaker: Sabina Chin
Root-knot nematodes (RKNs) are microscopic roundworms that infect the root of more than 2000 plant species, including major crop species. RKN infection results in general nutritional deficiency symptoms that resulted in loss in crop yield and productivity.
20
Aug
2018
Speaker: Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith, University of Otago, Dunedin, NZ
The Pacific region is an ideal place for studying human evolution, variation, and adaptation. It has a complex history of both ancient and recent human migrations, variable levels of population interactions and a range of potential source populations.
21
Aug
2018
Speaker: Felix Zajitschek, University of New South Wales
Trade-offs are thought to be ubiquitous, come in different types, and have been at the heart of evolutionary biology, especially life-history theory.
28
Aug
2018
Speaker: Saul Cunningham, Fenner School, ANU
Animal pollination plays a critical role in seed set and maintenance of genetic diversity for most plant species. When these plants are co-opted into agriculture this becomes just one of many factors that influence productivity, but one that is usually paid scant attention.
04
Sep
2018
18
Sep
2018
Speaker: Carla Sgro, Monash University
TBA
25
Sep
2018
Speaker: Rob Brooks, University of New South Wales
Having spent much of my working life studying sexual conflicts in animals, I have grown increasingly absorbed by human relations and how evolutionary, economic and cultural forces combine to make sex and reproduction so much more complicated than happily ever after.
02
Oct
2018
Speaker: Kerensa McElroy, CSIRO Canberra
TBA
09
Oct
2018
Speaker: Camilla Whittington, University of Sydney
TBA
23
Oct
2018
Speaker: Cynthia Riginos, University of Queensland
Smooth shelled mussels of the genus Mytilus are conspicuous species of many temperate intertidal environments and valued for aquaculture.
30
Oct
2018
Speaker: Bethany Hoye, UoW
TBA
04
Dec
2018
Speaker: Andrew McKechnie, University of Pretoria
TBA

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