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26
May
2022

BSB Seminar: Molecular structure of the intact bacterial flagellar basal body »

1pm 26 May 2022

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 swimming in viscous fluids.

25
May
2022

PS Seminar Series - Gene regulatory dynamics of germinating seeds from bulk tissue to single-cell resolution »

4pm 25 May 2022

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 begins from seed germination.

20
May
2022

PS Seminar Series- PhD Exit Seminar- Tales of mitochondria: How have the roles of mitochondria in C4 plants affected respiratory metabolism?  ...

3.30pm 20 May 2022

C4 photosynthesis involves a number of biochemical and anatomical traits that significantly improve plant productivity under conditions that reduce the efficiency of C3 photosynthesis.

19
May
2022

E&E Seminar: The enigmatic hemiclonal unisexual species complex in the freshwater fish genus Hypseleotris in eastern Australia »

1pm 19 May 2022

Carp gudgeons in eastern Australia have evolved a complex and quirky system of hemiclonal unisexual reproduction.

18
May
2022

PS Seminar Series - Right place, right time: Connecting soil Nitrogen and plant uptake for greener agriculture »

1pm 18 May 2022

Nitrogen (N) is a primary nutrient that is essential to the survival of all living organisms. Crops are inefficient in their N use, losing 50-70% of applied N, which transforms to reactive nitrogen Nr, to the environment.

16
May
2022

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch Summer/Autumn Sessions 2022 »

12pm 16 May 2022

Markus Muttenthaler (University of Queensland)

12
May
2022

E&E Seminar: The importance of environment: from reproduction to cognition »

1pm 12 May 2022

An individual’s environment can substantially impact its health, fitness, and the traits it invests energy to. This is something that I am particularly interested in and has been a focus of my research career to date.

09
May
2022

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch Summer/Autumn Sessions 2022 »

12pm 9 May 2022

Brett Neilan (University of Newcastle)

06
May
2022

Canberra Protein Group Seminar Series »

3pm 6 May 2022

Please join us for the first Canberra Protein Group Meeting of 2022 this coming Friday. Where: Slayter Seminar Room, Robertson Building, RSB, ANU When: 3pm-4:30pm, 6th May 2022 We have two fantastic talks to kick us off.

05
May
2022

E&E Seminar: Conserving species interactions for the maintenance of ecosystem function in a changing world »

1pm 5 May 2022

The majority of the world’s plants rely on animal pollination at least to some degree for reproduction.

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