Upcoming events

09
Nov
2018
Speakers: Marcin Adamski from JCSMR/RSB
Terry Neeman from SCU
The RSB Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Unit (CBBU) and ANU Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU) are organizing workshops for students and staff from JCSMR, RSB, and The Fenner School.
19
Nov
2018
Speaker: Professor Vincent Bulone, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Plant Cell Walls, University of Adelaide
Eukaryotic cell walls are complex matrices that largely consist of polysaccharides. Despite strong differences in molecular composition and architecture across taxonomic groups, cell walls exert similar functions regardless of the type of organism considered.
19
Nov
2018
Speaker: Professor Jotun Hein, Department of Statistics, University of Oxford
Alignment Beyond Sequences - Genomes is the tenth of 12 lectures on Biological Sequence Analysis [BSA], I give at ANU, Canberra, Australia in September to December 2018.     BSA is a huge field since sequences are presently so abundant.
20
Nov
2018
Speaker: John Pannell, University of Lausanne
Plants display a spectacular range of sexual systems, mating strategies.
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22
Nov
2018
The annual RSB Postgraduate Student Conference will feature over ~100 talks presented in three concurrent sessions. Please come along to support our PhD students.
23
Nov
2018
Speaker: Francisco Madueno, Inflorescence Architecture Lab, Instituto de Biologia Molecular and Celular de Plantas, Spain
The genetic control of inflorescence architecture is a key aspect for plant developmental biology, for biotechnology and for breeding strategies, being directly related to crop yield and yield stability, both characters of great economic importance.  Inflorescence architecture depends on two char
29
Nov
2018
Speaker: Dr Christian Bok - Charles Darwin University - Host Giel van Dooren
“The Xenotext” is an artistic exercise currently being undertaken by the poet Christian Bök, who proposes to create an example of “living poetry.” Bök plans to generate a short verse about language and genetics, whereupon he plans to use a “chemical alphabet” to translate this poem into a sequenc
04
Dec
2018
Speaker: Andrew McKechnie, University of Pretoria
The ability of some birds to survive and breed in the hottest and driest habitats on the planet, despite their diurnal habits and high mass-specific energy and water requirements, has intrigued ecological physiologists for nearly a century.
12
Dec
2018
Join us for stimulating scientific discussions with our visitors from Singapore in the themes of Biodiversity, Parasitology, Plant Science and Structural Biology. 
18
Dec
2018
Speaker: PhD Candidate Mrs Erin Andrew
Full details soon.

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