Past events

25
Sep
2018
Speaker: Rob Brooks, University of New South Wales
Having spent much of my working life studying sexual conflicts in animals, I have grown increasingly absorbed by human relations and how evolutionary, economic and cultural forces combine to make sex and reproduction so much more complicated than happily ever after.
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.

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