Past events

24
Sep
2018
We welcome all members of the ANU community to a family-friendly afternoon tea with the VC in the garden of University House. Bring along a picnic rug, and enjoy the start of spring with some cakes on the grass.
21
Sep
2018
Speaker: Dr Bruno M. Humbel - Head Imaging Group of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan Host - Giel van Dooren
In recent years correlative microscopy, combining the power and advantages of light and electron microscopy, has become an important tool for biomedical research.
21
Sep
2018
Speaker: Yicheng Zhu, Huttley Group, RSB
Understanding the factors influencing mutation can improve mutation detection techniques, identify diagnostic signatures of disease-causing mutagens, and facilitate the development of more accurate models of genetic divergence.
20
Sep
2018
Speaker: Professor Daniel F. Klessig - Boyce Thompson Institute Cornell University - Hosts: David Jones, Plant Sciences, Giel van Dooren, Biomedical Science & Biochemistry
During the past several years, we have identified over two dozen plant SA-binding proteins (SABPs), primarily through biochemical methods including three high-throughput screens (http://bioinfo.bti.cornell.edu/SA2010/).
20
Sep
2018
Speaker: Professor Daniel F. Klessig - Boyce Thompson Institute Cornell University - Hosts: David Jones, Plant Sciences, Giel van Dooren, Biomedical Science & Biochemistry
During the past several years, we have identified over two dozen plant SA-binding proteins (SABPs), primarily through biochemical methods including three high-throughput screens (http://bioinfo.bti.cornell.edu/SA2010/).
19
Sep
2018
Speaker: Professor Jotun Hein, Bioinformatics at the Department of Statistics, University of Oxford
Multiple Optimisation Alignment [MOA] is the second of 10 lectures on Biological Sequence Analysis [BSA], I will give at the ANU,  in September to November 2018.     BSA is a huge field since sequences are presently so abundant.  POA is the starting point of sequence analysis (first paper 1970) a
18
Sep
2018
Speaker: ANU Vice Chancellor Brian Schmidt
The Vice Chancellor will be in the Robertson tea room, RN Robertson Building at lunchtime today (12 – 1pm), ready to chat and answer your questions. Please feel free to drop by and share your thoughts, and hear some updates from the VC.
17
Sep
2018
Speaker: Dr Tanya Latty, School of Life and Environmental Science, Sydney Institute of Agriculture, University of Sydney
All living organisms need to process information; this basic ability allows them to find and exploit the resources necessary for life. But what happens when information processing  needs to be coordinated between many thousands – or even millions- of individuals?
14
Sep
2018
Speaker: Neha Patel
Peptide hormones and their corresponding receptors play important roles in controlling lateral organ formation in plant roots via long distance signalling systems.
07
Sep
2018
Speaker: Professor Gabriel Yvon-Durocher
Marine phytoplankton are responsible for over 45% of annual global net primary production. Ocean warming is expected to drive massive reorganisation of phytoplankton communities, resulting in pole-ward range shifts and sharp declines in species diversity, particularly in the tropics.

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