Experimental Design and Statistical Data Analysis (3 days)

The ANU Bioinformatics Consultancy (ABC), ANU Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU) and RSB Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Unit

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Introduction to NCI (National Computational Infrastructure) and use of the distributed-memory cluster Raijin

Workshop covering: How to get allocation and start using Raijin; Logging in, accounting and monitoring usage; Job submission and scheduling; File system; and...

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Demystifying Linux – Using The Unix Shell

Topics covered include, File system and directory structure; Use of the terminal (command line interface).; Basic Linux shell (bash) commands and tools; Remote...

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Introduction to data processing in R (2-day workshop)

Workshop includes:  Introduction to R and RStudio; Data types in R, and type conversions; Loading and saving tab and coma delimited files, Basic data...

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ANU Plant-Microbe Interactions retreat

Plant-Microbe Interaction researchers from the Plant Sciences Division recently held a retreat at the ANU Kioloa campus (5th-8th Septem

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ANU scientists exploit malaria's Achilles' heel

One of the malaria parasite's best weapons against drug treatments turns out to be an Achilles' heel, which could be exploited to cure the deadly disease.

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Malaria is transmitted via mosquitoes.

TIC Seminar: Detecting Mutations with Short-Read Sequencing

Studying the process of de novo mutation from deep-sequencing of related samples is a difficult task.

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Renewable jet fuel could be growing on Australia’s iconic gum trees

David Kainer and Carsten Kulheim have published an article in The Conversation, which describes how Australia could use the diversity of its naturally...

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lue Mallee leaves in a plantation. The white dots are oil globules. Carsten Kulheim, Author provided

The Research School of Biology is devoted to the study of biological processes in plants, animals and humans. It is home to over 60 academics and their research groups (Labs), which for purposes of research support and administration are subdivided into three Divisions: Plant SciencesEcology and Evolution, and Biomedical Sciences and Biochemistry.

The Research School of Biology supports academic groups with significant facilities and infrastructure, such as plant growth facilities, green houses, animal housing and a pool of large equipment. The School has a Mass Spectrometry Facility for metabolomics and proteomics and together with CSIRO Pant Industry houses the High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre of the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility.

The Divisions and each of the infrastructure areas are supported by teams of professional staff. RSB academics are supported by grants from large variety of sources, and participate in external Centres and Units, including the:


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