Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

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

Upcoming events

15
Oct
2019
Speaker: Craig White, Monash University
Animals expend energy to process information, to forage for and digest food, to move, to grow and reproduce, and to generate or dissipate heat.
29
Oct
2019
TBA
Speaker: Simone Blomberg, University of Queensland
TBA
05
Nov
2019
TBA
Speaker: Jacqueline Nguyen, Australian Museum
TBA

Past events

18
Sep
2014
Speaker: Terry Ord, Senior Lecturer, University of NSW
The colonization of novel environments has been of special interest to evolutionary biologists because of the opportunity it brings to study natural selection in the wild.
11
Sep
2014
Speaker: Associate Professor Mary Myerscough, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sydney
Social insects—ants, bees and termites—live in colonies that are made up of thousands, even millions of simple individual insects that interact in simple ways but that are capab
04
Sep
2014
Speaker: Dieter Hochuli (University of Sydney)
Although cities are often seen as hostile places for biodiversity, the conservation of nature in cities is now seen as central to the wellbeing of urban dwellers.
25
Aug
2014
Speaker: Andrew Kahn, Jennions Lab, EEG
For most eukaryote species like our own, all pathways to evolutionary fitness lead through sexual reproduction.

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