Past events

30
Sep
2019
Speaker: Sir Thomas L Blundell, Department of Biochemistry, Cambridge University
Knowledge derived from genome sequences of humans and pathogens has the potential to accelerate diagnosis, prognosis and cure of disease.
27
Sep
2019
Speaker: Ding Yuan, Whitney Group, PS, RSB
The Ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase (Rubisco) in higher plants is a complex constituted by 8 large and 8 small subunits.
24
Sep
2019
Speaker: Lizzy Lowe, Macquarie University
The declines in insect populations being observed around the world are alarming, given that insects provide vital ecosystem services such as pollination, decomposition and biological control.
17
Sep
2019
Attending academic conferences can be daunting at first. This workshop offers strategies for preparing relevant abstracts, communicating research effectively, and connecting with your disciplinary peers. Register below.  Password - Plant2019
17
Sep
2019
Speaker: Theresa Jones, University of Melbourne
The global increase in the radiance of artificial light at night (ALAN) is regarded as one of the most pervasive and under-appreciated forms of environmental pollution.
16
Sep
2019
Speaker: Rebecca N Johnson, Director, Australian Museum Research Institute
In May 2019 the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (ISPBES) group released their global assessment report outlining the unprecedented decline of the Earth’s natural life support systems*.
12
Sep
2019
We are holding a 2 day symposium on 12-13 of September as a tribute to the career and work of Barry Osmond.
10
Sep
2019
Speaker: Andreaz Dupoue, Monash University
In a changing world, species must constantly cope with predictable and unpredictable environments. If natural selection shapes adaptations on the long run, the recent changes caused by human activities often occur too fast for the individuals to correctly adjust their physiology and behavior.
27
Aug
2019
Speaker: Karel Mokany, CSIRO
Biodiversity outcomes under global change will be influenced by a range of important ecological and evolutionary processes. However, the most commonly applied approaches to understanding likely outcomes for biodiversity across large regions ignore these processes.
19
Aug
2019
Speaker: Dr Andrew Bissett, Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO
The Australian Microbiome (AM) initiative is a collaborative network of researchers, centrally administered and supported primarily by CSIRO, Director of National Parks, Bioplatforms Australia and the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS), providing publically available data characterizing Au

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