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07
Sep
2021

Proteostasis in malaria parasites »

11am 7 September 2021

Recorded seminar

07
Sep
2021

Polar Oceans: Photosynthesis at extremes  »

10am 7 September 2021

Recorded seminar

07
Sep
2021

Photosynthetic Responses to Climate Change »

9am 7 September 2021

Recorded seminar

06
Sep
2021

Collective decision-making in wild animal groups »

4pm 6 September 2021

Recorded seminar

03
Sep
2021

PS Webinar Series: The ALBAnian RNA-binding landscape »

3.30pm 3 September 2021

RNA-binding proteins (RBPs) are critical regulators of gene expression, but have been poorly studied relative to other classes of gene regulators.

02
Sep
2021

E&E Webinar: Simpson’s Question: How does behaviour determine evolution? »

4pm 2 September 2021

For more than 50 years, the scientific study of animal behaviour has been defined by Tinbergen’s Four Questions. Two of his questions consider the connection between evolution and animal behaviour. They ask: how is behaviour is adaptive, and what is its evolutionary history?

12
Aug
2021

Ecology and Evolution Discussions Down Under: Human Culture »

12pm 12 August 2021

Invited Panel: Michael Kasumovic & Dominique Potvin

11
Aug
2021

PS Seminar Series- Understanding the wheat stem rust resistance immune receptors: from characterization to functional mechanisms »

12pm 11 August 2021

The emergence of widely virulent Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici (Pgt) races over the past two decades has motivated global efforts to identify effective stem rust (Sr) resistance genes.

06
Aug
2021

E&E PhD Exit Webinar: Using information from others: social learning and predator avoidance eavesdropping »

4pm 6 August 2021

Using information adaptively is crucial to survival. Accordingly, animals have evolved sensory and cognitive systems for detecting and processing information, including from other individuals.

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