Past events

23
Jul
2019
Speaker: Yong Foo, University of New South Wales/University of Western Australia
Evolutionary theories suggest that women prefer masculine facial features in men because facial masculinity is an honest signal of men’s immune function.
22
Jul
2019
Speakers: Professor David Raubenheimer, Leonard P. Ullman Chair in Nutritional Ecology and Nutrition Theme Leader
Charles Perkins Centre and School of Life and Environmental Sciences University of Sydney
Traditional foraging models are based primarily on a single dietary currency, usually energy or less commonly protein.
16
Jul
2019
In this workshop we critically examine the expectations that candidates and supervisors can bring to candidature, and how mismatched expectations can cause a range of problems. We cover the rights and responsibilities of both parties and how to negotiate good outcomes.
16
Jul
2019
Speaker: Matthew Phillips, Queensland University of Technology
Most molecular dating estimates push back the interordinal diversification of placental mammals and even some orders (such as Primates) into the Cretaceous, 10-20 million years earlier than first fossil appearances.
12
Jul
2019
Speaker: Xuankun Li, Rowell Group, E&E, RSB
The Bombyliidae (bee flies), comprising 15 subfamilies, over 250 genera and over 5,000 described species, is one of the most species-rich families in lower Brachycera (Diptera).
12
Jul
2019
Speaker: Professor Clark Lagarias, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California
Bilins are linear tetrapyrroles used as chromophores of phycobiliproteins and phytochromes for their light-harvesting and light-sensing properties, respectively.
05
Jul
2019
Speaker: Ramawatar Nagar, Rathjen Lab, RSB, ANU
Abstaract  - Wheat stripe rust, also known as yellow rust, is one of the most devastating diseases of wheat worldwide. It is caused by a complex basidiomycete fungus, Puccinia striiformis (PST).
30
Jun
2019
Register now and save the date!   This conference brings together the key elements for a future food revolution.
28
Jun
2019
Speaker: Dr.Onno Muller, Head of Field Phenotyping, Deputy Group Leader of Shoot Dynamics, Forschungszentrum Jülich, IBG-2
Abstract - Field-based high-throughput phenotyping platforms need sensors to identify relevant traits where an integrative signal, such as photosynthesis, may serve as a good selection parameter for crop performance.

Pages

Updated:  20 November 2019/Responsible Officer:  Director RSB/Page Contact:  Webmaster RSB