Event recordings

Watch and listen to recordings of our past presentations.

  26 May 2022

Jeff Powell, Western Sydney University

The vast majority of plants are mycorrhizal, with two of the most dominant types (arbuscular [AM] and ectomycorrhizal [EcM]) existing at opposite ends of multiple spectra.

  26 May 2022

Emily Furlong, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, NSW

Bacterial flagella self-assemble a strong, multi-component drive shaft that couples rotation in the inner membrane to the microns-long flagellar filament that powers bacterial...

  19 May 2022

Peter Unmack

Carp gudgeons in eastern Australia have evolved a complex and quirky system of hemiclonal unisexual reproduction.

  12 May 2022

Erin Macartney, University of New South Wales

An individual’s environment can substantially impact its health, fitness, and the traits it invests energy to. This is something that I am particularly interested in and has been...

  5 May 2022

Joanne Bennett, Fenner School, ANU

The majority of the world’s plants rely on animal pollination at least to some degree for reproduction.

  28 April 2022

Simon Griffith, Macquarie University

The long-tailed finch, Poephila acuticauda provides a long-established example of sub-species divergence across the Top-End of Australia based on bill colour, with red-billed...

  22 April 2022

Rocco Notarnicola, Nicotra Group, E&E, RSB

The climate is warming fast, threatening species persistence and biodiversity. Being sessile, plants must respond and adapt to changing environmental conditions in situ.

  21 April 2022

Dr Laura Wilson, School of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU

Bat echolocation is considered one of the most complex and diverse modes of sensory perception in animals, but its origin and evolutionary history is a highly contentious issue...

  13 April 2022

Professor Edward C. Holmes FAA FRS - Sydney Institute for Infectious Disease, School of Life & Environmental Sciences and School of Medical Sciences, The University of Sydney

Professor Edward C. Holmes

  4 April 2022

Professor Naomi Langmore

Professor Naomi Langmore