Events

25
May
2022

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

4pm 25 May

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.

26
May
2022

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

1pm 26 May

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.

26
May
2022

E&E Seminar: Switching partners – diverse mycorrhizal partnerships with eucalypts »

1pm 26 May

The vast majority of plants are mycorrhizal, with two of the most dominant types (arbuscular [AM] and ectomycorrhizal [EcM]) existing at opposite ends of multiple spectra.

27
May
2022

PS Seminar Series- PhD Exit Seminar - How does scald pathogen infect barley? Characterisation of the virulence factors of Rhynchosporium commune...

3.30pm 27 May

Rhynchosporium commune is a pathogenic fungus causing barley scald disease. Although scald disease has become a significant issue for commercial barley growers, the molecular mechanisms underpinning the disease are poorly understood.

09
Jun
2022

BSB Seminar: Metabolomics and proteomics approaches to enhance drug discovery for malaria »

1pm 9 June

Current treatments for malaria are threatened by drug resistance, and new antimalarials are urgently required to ensure the continued ability to treat malaria infections into the future.