Upcoming events

21
Jul
2017
Speaker: Professor Jeremy Searle, Cornell University
The western house mouse (Mus musculus domesticus) and common shrew (Sorex araneus) show dramatic chromosomal variation, with around 100 chromosomal races in each species
01
Aug
2017
Speaker: Dr Sabin Zahirovic, School of Geosciences, University of Sydney
Plate tectonics has controlled the configuration of continents over billions of years of Earth history.
04
Aug
2017
Speaker: Justin Borevitz, RSB
Foundation species play a role is establishing the bio-capacity of the ecosystem. Land use and climate change, along with invasive species, are degrading landscapes such that interventions of restoration or reconstruction are necessary to rebuild and enhance ecosystems.
18
Aug
2017
Speaker: Professor Benjamin Kerr, Department of Biology, University of Washington
Nearly every major bacterial lineage studied to date possesses strains that produce protein-based toxins that are thought to function as anti-competitor compounds.  Toxin production occurs stochastically and often involves lysis of the producing cell.  Such lysis can be seen as a form of indirect
12
Sep
2017

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