Event recordings

Watch and listen to recordings of our past presentations.

  2 July 2020

Douglas J. Emlen, The University of Montana

Every animal has a weapon of one sort or another, but the overwhelming majority of weapons stay small. Yet, sprinkled through the tree of life are species where weapons become...

  24 June 2020

Dr Megan Outram, Post Doc, Williams Group, RSB

Plant pathogens cause disease through secreted effector proteins, which act to modulate host physiology and promote infection. Often, effector proteins lack sequence identity to...

  11 June 2020

Michael J Ryan, University of Texas & Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama

Choosing a mate is one of the most important decisions an animal can make. The fitness costs and benefits of mate choice have been analysed extensively in the context of sexual...

  4 June 2020

Associate Professor Athena Aktipis, Arizona State University

Athena Aktipis discusses how an evolutionary approach to understanding and treating cancer can transform it from being a disease that threatens our lives to one we can live with.

  14 May 2020

Professor Bob Wong, Monash University

Bob Wong considers the role that behaviour plays in determining the fate of species under human-induced environmental change.