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15
Sep
2022

BSB MPhil Exit Seminar: Understanding patterns of collateral sensitivity in the malaria parasite »

1pm 15 September 2022

Malaria kills around 400,000 people each year and the prevention and treatment of this disease is highly reliant on chemotherapy.

12
Sep
2022

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch Winter / Spring Session 2022 »

12pm 12 September 2022

RNA-induced control of the structure and organisation of proteins

05
Sep
2022

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch Winter / Spring Session 2022 »

12pm 5 September 2022

Cancer cell membranes as therapeutic targets and peptides as therapeutics

02
Sep
2022

E&E PhD Exit Webinar: The ecological niche of human-associated Escherichia coli (E. coli) »

11am 2 September 2022

Extra-intestinal pathogenic Escherichia coli (ExPEC) strains are responsible for the majority of extra-intestinal infections in humans, including urinary tract infections, neonatal meningitis, and bacteraemia.

31
Aug
2022

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Systematics and Evolutionary Biology of the Weevils Associated with Cycads in Australia (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)  ...

4pm 31 August 2022

Cycads are subtropical and tropical palm-like gymnosperms, commonly known as “living fossils” as they arose in the late Paleozoic and were much more diverse and dominant during the Mesozoic.

31
Aug
2022

PS Seminar Series: mRNA decay in plants: pathway specificity, redundancy, and compensation  »

3.30pm 31 August 2022

The steady-state mRNA abundance is an outcome of transcript synthesis counter-balanced by turnover.

29
Aug
2022

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch Winter / Spring Session 2022 »

12pm 29 August 2022

Redefining the druggable kinome: new perspectives, opportunities, and challenges

26
Aug
2022

RESCHEDULED PS Seminar Series: Xylem - phloem interactions during electrical signalling in wounded plants  »

4pm 26 August 2022

Slow wave potentials propagate from sites of damage to distal leaves in wounded plants.

26
Aug
2022

E&E PhD Exit Seminar: Sex and conflict: How competition shapes reproduction, behaviour and life-histories in various animals »

4pm 26 August 2022

Males compete against each other for female attention, for access to mating opportunities, and the sperm of multiple males can compete to fertilise a female’s eggs.

25
Aug
2022

BSB Seminar: The ARC Centre of Excellence in Synthetic Biology - Inspired by Nature, Designed by Science  »

3pm 25 August 2022

Developing novel synthetic microbes for the sustainable production of biochemical, biofuels and bioplastics is critical for the emergence of a new global bioeconomy.

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