Event recordings

Watch and listen to recordings of our past presentations.

  29 July 2022

Dr Patrick Willems - Department of Microbiology, Ghent University (Belgium)

Post-translational modifications (PTMs) greatly expand proteome complexity and can dynamically tune protein function. Already during their synthesis, proteins are co-...

  22 July 2022

Julie Leroux - PS PhD Candidate, Pogson Group

As sessile organisms, plants have evolved a multitude of mechanisms to acclimate to their environment enabling the plant to optimise development and reproduction, and fight off or...

  20 July 2022

Imelda Forteza - PhD Candidate - Mathesius Group

Host-microbe associations have been, and continue to be, an area of great interest.

  7 July 2022

Dr Bart Eijkelkamp, Senior Lecturer and Group Leader, Flinders University

Nutritional deficiencies are a leading cause of human susceptibility to infectious diseases and antibiotic treatment failure. Specifically, our intake of dietary lipids has...

  22 June 2022

Dr Rachel North, Stockholm University

Bacterial infections remain a global public health challenge and there is a critical need for the identification and molecular understanding of new targets for antimicrobial...

  10 June 2022

Prof Yong-Ling Ruan - Honorary Group Leader, Division of Plant Sciences, The Australian National University

Source-to-sink allocation of, and sink-to-sink competition for, photoassimilates, mainly in the form of sucrose, play a key role in determining energy and resource distribution in...

  9 June 2022

Darren Creek, Monash University

Current treatments for malaria are threatened by drug resistance, and new antimalarials are urgently required to ensure the continued ability to treat malaria infections into the...

  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...

  25 May 2022

A/Prof Mathew G. Lewsey - Co-Deputy Director, ARC Research Hub for Medicinal Agriculture, La Trobe University, Melbourne Australia

Seeds provide 70% of global food resources, being the most valuable output from plant production. They also play a critical role in agriculture because the lifecycle of most crops...

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