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02
May
2024

E&E Seminar: Macrogenetics: safeguarding intraspecific genetic diversity across populations and species »

1pm 2 May 2024

Over previous decades, the fields of phylogeography, macroecology, and macrophysiology have helped us to understand natural systems and how they respond to anthropogenic disturbance.

24
Apr
2024

PS Seminar Series: Photosynthetic acclimation under drought »

12pm 24 April 2024

The impacts of climate change on plants are hard to quantify, leading to uncertainties in predicting future gross primary productivity and carbon budgets of (agro)ecosystems.

19
Apr
2024

2023/24 Honours/Masters Cohort - Final Seminars »

11am 19 April 2024

More information to come

18
Apr
2024

2023/24 Honours/Masters Cohort - Final Seminars »

11am 18 April 2024

More information to come

17
Apr
2024

2023/24 Honours/Masters Cohort - Final Seminars »

11am 17 April 2024

More information to come

15
Apr
2024

RSB Director's Seminar: Are legumes different? Origins and consequences of evolving nitrogen fixing symbioses »

12.30pm 15 April 2024

Professor Ulrike Mathesius, Head of Division, Division of Plant Sciences

05
Apr
2024

PS Seminar Series: Nanotechnology to tinker with a plant gene »

3.30pm 5 April 2024

Can you think of a fast and efficient plant gene editing method to produce crops that do not succumb to a changing climate?

04
Apr
2024

BSB Seminar Series: My life with membrane proteins: taming membrane transporters »

10am 4 April 2024

A lipid bilayer is a vital component of the cell. It is selectively permeable, allowing only ions and organic molecules to pass through. Ions and solutes are transported by membrane transporters. Dysfunction of such proteins can lead to physiological disorders.

28
Mar
2024

BSB Seminar Series: RSB Precision Fermentation Facility »

1pm 28 March 2024

Discover the capabilities of the new Precision Fermentation Facility that has been established at RSB, including an overview of the equipment, its capabilities and potential applications.

27
Mar
2024

PS Seminar Series - Sexual recombination on cereal rust fungi: epidemiological implications and potential applications for a sustainable cereal...

12pm 27 March 2024

Rust fungi are a major cause of cereal yield losses worldwide requiring frequent fungicide applications in case crop resistance is overcome by new pathogen variants.

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