Past events

16
Aug
2019
Speaker: Fatimah Azzahra Ahmad Rashid (Zara), PhD student, Atkin Lab, RSB
Abstract - The world population has grown from 3 billion in 1961 to 7.6 billion in 2018, and is expected to reach nearly 10 billion by 2050. Global crop production must at least double by 2050 in order to meet the needs of a growing world population.
13
Aug
2019
In this workshop we examine the literature on how examiners examine and make decisions. We then work backwards from this to identify what a ‘good’ dissertation is and how to produce one. Register below. Password - Plant2019
09
Aug
2019
Speaker: Hee-Jin Noh, Langmore Group, E&E, RSB
Interactions between avian brood parasites and their hosts are one of the most suitable model systems for studying coevolution. Brood parasitic cuckoos lay their eggs in the nests of other species, called hosts.
09
Aug
2019
Speaker: Paul Cremin, LabArchives
Paul Cremin from LabArchives will be running two introductory sessions this week. LabArchives is a highly-secure, best-practice eNotebook, now integrated with the SSO and available to all members of ANU. LabArchives can be accessed at https://enotebooks.anu.edu.au using ANU credentials.
08
Aug
2019
Speaker: Paul Cremin, LabArchives
Paul Cremin from LabArchives will be running two introductory sessions this week. LabArchives is a highly-secure, best-practice eNotebook, now integrated with the SSO and available to all members of ANU. LabArchives can be accessed at https://enotebooks.anu.edu.au using ANU credentials.
08
Aug
2019
Speaker: Professor Ian Henderson - University of Queensland - Host Denisse Leyton
Incentives to define lists of genes that are essential for bacterial survival include the identification of potential targets for antibacterial drug development, genes required for rapid growth for exploitation in biotechnology, the discovery of new biochemical pathways and understanding of the n
06
Aug
2019
Speaker: Jacqueline Hoepner, School of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU
Academic freedom is a notion often taken for granted by scholars. University policies uphold unfettered enquiry as central to the university's mission and the academy's broader role within society.
02
Aug
2019
Speakers: Brenna Forester, Colorado State University
Helen Bothwell, ANUCollin Ahrens, Western Sydney UniversityBernd Gruber, University of Canberra Karel Mokany, CSIRO
31
Jul
2019
Speaker: Kieren Mitchell, Australian Centre for Ancient DNA (ACAD) & Centre for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH), University of Adelaide
Historically, our understanding of the evolution and diversity of extinct species has been based on interpretation of the fossil record.
26
Jul
2019
Speaker: Prof Ping Xu, Shanghai Normal University Shanghai, China
Abstract - I will talk about our recent progress in understanding of the genetic and molecular mechanisms underlying a tomato lethal disease caused by the infection of Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) associated with D satellite RNA (CMV/D satRNA).

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