Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

Seminars from the RSB Division of Ecology and Evolution (E&E).

Upcoming events

16
Nov
2018
Speaker: Buddhie Nanayakkara, Gordon Group, E&E, RSB
E. coli is widely used as an indicator of faecal contamination of water.
20
Nov
2018
Speaker: John Pannell, University of Lausanne
Plants display a spectacular range of sexual systems, mating strategies.
04
Dec
2018
Speaker: Andrew McKechnie, University of Pretoria
The ability of some birds to survive and breed in the hottest and driest habitats on the planet, despite their diurnal habits and high mass-specific energy and water requirement

Past events

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.
14
Aug
2018
Speaker: Stephanie Goodhew, Psychology, ANU
For most people, vision is the primary sensory modality, allowing us to navigate through the world and interact with it.
07
Aug
2018
Speaker: Tom Walsh, CSIRO (Canberra)
Please note: this seminar has been cancelled.
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31
Jul
2018
Speaker: Matt Hahn, Indiana University
Phylogenomics has revealed unexpected levels of disagreement among gene trees in almost every clade examined.  While error in tree inference must play some role in this discorda

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