Speaker: Sabine Rumpf, University of Vienna
Mountains harbour disproportionately high biodiversity, including rare and endangered species, but are in general poorly protected.
Speaker: Iliana Medina, University of Melbourne
Many insects change colour during ontogeny and, in some, this can be explained by different selective pressures acting on highly dissimilar adult and larval forms.
Speaker: David Kainer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The increasing proliferation of biological assays, high throughput phenotyping and computational prediction has resulted in an enormous wealth of biological data in many differe
Speaker: Damien Esquerre, Keogh Group, E&E, RSB
Current patterns of biodiversity, whether its species richness or phenotypic diversity, need to be understood in the context of the past.