Watch and listen to recordings of our past presentations.
12 August 2021
A/Prof Patrick Savage, Keio University, Dr Xia Hua, Australian National University
Invited Panel: Michael Kasumovic & Dominique Potvin
5 August 2021
Rob Brooks, University of New South Wales
New developments in robotics, virtual reality, and especially artificial intelligence (AI) are giving rise to a new type of technologies: the ‘artificial intimacies’.
2 August 2021
Professor Aude Fahrer
A simple and effective bacterial-based intratumoural cancer immunotherapy.
27 May 2021
Prof Anna-Liisa Laine, University of Zurich, Dr Ben Ashby, University of Bath
Invited Panel: Ary Hoffmann, Karyn Johnson, Ben Schwessinger
14 May 2021
Zoltan Kocsi, Zeil Group, E&E, RSB
Visual insect navigation is an active research topic. Insects have low resolution eyes and a tiny brain, yet they continuously solve very complex navigational problems; an ability...
13 May 2021
E&E Webinar: Social interactions can generate sexual selection on brains and behavior: insights from the ocellated wrasse...
Suzanne Alonzo, University of California Santa Cruz
Sexual selection is an important evolutionary force, driving the evolution of striking traits that can appear not only beautiful, but also counter-intuitive and even ridiculous.
12 May 2021
Dr Maria Ermakova, Post Doc, Furbank and von Caemmerer Group, RSB, ANU
Photosynthetic improvement has become a major focus for researchers seeking to increase yields of crop plants.
6 May 2021
Fernanda Alves, Langmore Group, E&E, RSB
Despite conservation efforts, the number of species that have recovered after management remain small. Low success rate in species management can be attributed to severe lack of...
30 April 2021
Zhuzhi Zhang, Head Group, E&E, RSB
How animals adapt to environmental stress has long been of concern. Studies looking at effects of resource limitation often focus on food. Water is also essential for life and can...
29 April 2021
A/Prof Marc Johnson (University of Toronto) & Dr Martha Muñoz (Yale University)
Ecology and Evolution Discussions Down Under: The speed of evolution