Event recordings

Watch and listen to recordings of our past presentations.

  4 November 2022

Tom Schreiber, Post-doctoral Fellow, Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry

Transcription activator-like effectors (TALEs) are Type-III-effector proteins mainly found in phytopathogenic Xanthomonas species.

  3 November 2022

Lee Ann Rollins, University of New South Wales

Exotic invasions offer an ideal opportunity to investigate evolution, which often occurs rapidly when organisms are introduced to novel environments.

  2 November 2022

Jodi Young, ANU Honorary Senior Lecturer

Oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface, play a vital role in global climate and are home to varied and productive ecosystems.

  21 October 2022

Ana Laura Furlan, Postdoc, CONCIET and National University of Rio Cuarto (Córdoba, Argentina)

The research line is devoted to the study of the interaction between peanuts and beneficial microorganisms.

  20 October 2022

Mark Hovenden, School of Natural Sciences, University of Tasmania

Highland grasslands present a familiar landscape to anyone keen on mountain areas. These ecosystems are aesthetically pleasing, support many endemic species and are important...

  13 October 2022

Tanya Latty, University of Sydney

Organisms display a wide variety of social behaviours ranging from nesting aggregations to parental care to the amazingly complex societies found in eusocial insects such as...

  12 October 2022

Assoc Professor David Collings, The University of Newcastle

Phi thickenings are peculiar secondary cell wall thickenings that form reinforcing bands around the radial walls of cortical cells in plant roots, a location where only a primary...

  7 October 2022

Andres Garcia, PhD candidate, Atkin Group - Plant respiration in a changing world

Global crop yields per hectare have plateaued in recent years while consumption and population continue to grow.

  28 September 2022

Mareike Moeller, Postdoc, Oregon State University, USA

The ability to rapidly adapt to changing environments, especially to artificial environments created by industrial agriculture and modern medicine, is crucial for the success of...

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