Event recordings

Watch and listen to recordings of our past presentations.

  21 March 2022

Professor Robert Furbank

Professor Robert Furbank

  17 March 2022

Hauke Koch, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (UK)

Pollinators are under threat from anthropogenic influences such as changed and reduced pollen and nectar resources from agricultural intensification, and emerging pathogens...

  4 March 2022

Kalya Subasinghe, Langmore Group, E&E, RSB

Climate has changed rapidly since the end of 19thcentury due to increased emission of greenhouse gases into the earth’s atmosphere.

  25 February 2022

Jesse Wallace, Maleszka & Zeil Groups, RSB

An exceptionally impressive example of animal navigation is presented by the Bogong moth Agrotis infusa, that migrates over 1000 km from widely distributed winter breeding grounds...

  24 February 2022

Dr Khandis Blake, School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne

Why are sex differences the result of biological and economic forces? How do mating market conditions affect gendered violence?

  14 February 2022

Associate Professor Caitlin Byrt

Caitlin Byrt

  11 February 2022

Veronica Alozie-Chidi, Gordon Group, E&E, RSB

The extra-intestinal pathogenic E. coli lineages STs 131, 73 and 95, of the phylogroup B2 are equally likely to be responsible for hospital- and community-acquired human extra-...

  17 December 2021

Suha Naser, Lanfear Group, E&E, RSB

Phylogenetic inference is the process of reconstructing relationships between species from genomic sequence data. The reliability of phylogenetic analysis relies on the quality of...

  6 December 2021

Professor Ben Corry

Professor Ben Corry

  19 November 2021

Professor James Schnable, Associate Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Research interests - Working on developing new methods to combine information from corn, sorghum, and related orphan crops and wild species to identify genetic changes that alter...