Upcoming events

01
Apr
2018
This April discover life on and off campus with QuestaGame.
24
Apr
2018
Speaker: Jonas Bylemans, University of Canberra
Efficient monitoring and management of species biodiversity requires sensitive and reliable detection tools. In recent years, the analyses of DNA extracted from environmental samples (eDNA) has been proposed as a highly sensitivity monitoring tool.
26
Apr
2018
Speaker: Professor Jane Langdale, University of Oxford
Discovered 50 years ago in Australia, C4 Photosynthesis is one of the most efficient ways plants transform sunlight into food. The C4 Rice Project is one of the scientific 'Grand Challenges' of the 21st Century.
27
Apr
2018
Speaker: Professor John Bowman, Monash University, Victoria
Abstract - The origin of land plants (embryophytes) was one of the most important evolutionary events in the earth’s history.
01
May
2018
Speaker: Alastair Senior, University of Sydney
Medically, the effects of a treatment on among individual variation in health have direct implications for personalized medicine. Ecologically, among-individual variation governs a species niche and is the grist of evolution by natural selection.
08
May
2018
Speaker: Kate Umbers, University of Western Sydney
Kate’s DECRA project proposes an empirical evaluation of startle displays as the ‘missing link’ in antipredator defences.
15
May
2018
Speaker: Fanny de Busserolles, University of Queensland
Contrary to what most people think, the deep-sea is not a completely dark environment and vision is often one of the main sense used by its inhabitants.
22
May
2018
Speaker: Rachel Slatyer, University of Wisconsin-Madison & ANU Visiting Fellow
‘A final word of caution to the prospective alpine ecologist…expect a skeptical response from colleagues when you are encountered leaving for your study site with skis or ice axe in hand’ (John S Edwards, 1987). Australia isn’t known for its mountains, but the high country of south-easte
18
Sep
2018
Speaker: ANU Vice Chancellor Brian Schmidt
The Vice Chancellor will be in the Roberston tea room, RN Robertson Building at lunchtime today (12 – 1pm), ready to chat and answer your questions. Please feel free to drop by and share your thoughts, and hear some updates from the VC.

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