Event recordings

Watch and listen to recordings of our past presentations.

  27 November 2023

Andreas Bachler, Stone Group, Biological Data Science Institute (BDSI)

The Cotton Bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera, is a globally distributed polyphagous pest with a profound economic and environmental impact.

  17 November 2023

Dr. Sanjib Senapati, Dept. of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, Chennai, INDIA

DNA stability is a prerequisite in many of its applications, ranging from DNA-based vaccine, data storage to gene therapy. However, the existing strategies to enhance the DNA...

  2 November 2023

Alex Skeels, Cardillo Group, RSB

The extraordinary diversity of life has evolved alongside major changes in Earth’s climate and geography and understanding this link is one of the key goals of evolutionary...

  20 October 2023

Yusuke Fukuda, Moritz Group, E&E, RSB

Human-crocodile conflict is becoming a conservation challenge worldwide. The saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) is the largest (>6 m total length, >1000kg) and most...

  19 October 2023

R. Manjunatha Kini, National University of Singapore

Toxins are thought as villains as they cause death and debilitation. In reality, they have contributed more to improving our lives than cause death.

  16 October 2023

Professor Justin Borevitz

Biodiversity rests on a foundation of adaptive and neutral variation within populations and species, that interact in communities or coexist in assemblages, to define ecosystems...

  18 September 2023

Professor Robert Lanfear

How do you estimate a good phylogeny? Phylogenetic trees form the backbone of much of our understanding of evolution, so it's important we try to get them right

  24 August 2023

Lesley Alton, Monash University

In nature, animals contend with numerous abiotic and biotic environmental challenges simultaneously.

  21 August 2023

Alison Bentley, CEAT Visiting Fellow

Alison Bentley

  10 August 2023

Culum Brown, Macquarie University

The Fish Lab at Macquarie University has been studying Port Jackson sharks for over a decade. Our initial studies just tried to figure out where they go and what they do: basic...