Research

RSB HDR Conference 2018

The annual RSB Postgraduate Student Conference will feature over ~100 talks presented in three concurrent sessions. Please come along to support our PhD...

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CompBioFest II - Computational Biology Fest II

Following on from the success of CompBioFest I, we are delighted to announce CompBioFest II, to be held November 12-13. CompBioFest II will feature guest...

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ANU-Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Workshop

Join us for stimulating scientific discussions with our visitors from Singapore in the themes of Biodiversity, Parasitology, Plant Science and Structural...

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Species Sampling Models Generated by Negative Binomial Processes

We review the developments that led from the Ewens sampling formula via a Dirichlet distribution on the n-dimensional simplex to Kingman's  Poisson-Dirichlet

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Prof Ross Maller

CompBioFest - Computational Biology Fest

This year, the Research School of Biology has some truly excellent visitors who work, amongst other things, on computational biology.

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Research working to make wheat fungus a thing of the past

Researchers have a new understanding of the genetic makeup of a fungus that causes the disease Wheat Stripe Rust, one of the most destructive wheat diseases

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ANU Science On Location: Ningaloo Reef

Spectacular Ningaloo Reef is a World Heritage Site and the world's second largest fringing coral reef. Researchers from Chris Fulton's lab are revealing how...

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ANU Science on Location: Ningaloo Reef

Vale Professor Thomas John Wydrzynski (8 July 1947 - 16 March 2018)

Tom Wydrzynski was born in St Louis, Missouri, USA and graduated in 1969 with biology and chemistry from the University of Missouri, St Louis.

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The Research School of Biology is devoted to the study of biological processes in plants, animals and humans. It is home to over 60 academics and their research groups, which for purposes of research support and administration are subdivided into three Divisions: Plant SciencesEcology and Evolution, and Biomedical Sciences and Biochemistry.

The Research School of Biology supports academic groups with significant facilities and infrastructure, such as plant growth facilities, green houses, animal housing and a pool of large equipment. The School has a Mass Spectrometry Facility for metabolomics and proteomics and together with CSIRO Pant Industry houses the High Resolution Plant Phenomics Centre of the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility.

The Divisions and each of the infrastructure areas are supported by teams of professional staff. RSB academics are supported by grants from large variety of sources, and participate in external Centres and Units, including the:

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