Events

22
Feb
2024

E&E Seminar: Diversification, adaptation and extinction: genomic insights from Australian mammals »

1pm 22 February

Australia has among the most unique biodiversity in the world, but also the highest historical rate of extinction.

23
Feb
2024

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Fantastic Birds and Where You Can’t Find Them: Historical Biogeography of Indo-Australian Birds »

4pm 23 February

Despite only taking up 3% of the world’s total landmass area, the Indo-Australian Archipelago holds a disproportionate amount of biodiversity.

01
Mar
2024

PS Seminar Series - Molecular coordination between plant surface and intracellular immune receptors  »

3.30pm 1 March

Plants rely on their sophisticated innate immune system to protect themselves from surrounding disease-causing pathogens.

06
Mar
2024

E&E Special Seminar: Colours of birds: are we measuring the right stuff? Levels of variation in avian plumage colouration »

1.30pm 6 March

Birds are some of the most colourful organisms on Earth - no wonder they are one of the most studied models in the evolutionary ecology of colour signalling.

07
Mar
2024

E&E Seminar: A Life Outdoors »

1pm 7 March

Kate Grarock is an Environmental Scientist, Hiker, Filmmaker, and Keynote Speaker. She loves inspiring people to be as passionate about the environment as she is.