Research in the Division of Biomedical Science and Biochemistry (BSB) covers a wide range of disciplines, much of which fits within two broad themes: Host/Pathogen Biology and the Biology of Membrane Proteins.
The research strengths of the Division of Ecology and Evolution (E&E) include evolutionary genetics, epigenetics and genomics, behavioural, evolutionary, population and molecular ecology, phylogenetics, macroevolution and macroecology, population and conservation genetics and conservation biology. We use a wide range of approaches and study systems to address fundamental research questions from an evolutionary perspective.
Research in the Division of Plant Sciences (PS) addresses a wide range of topics of fundamental importance to plant function and performance in natural and agricultural environments. Understanding how plants respond to global climate change, both now and in the future, is a unifying feature of our research. We integrate a wide range of approaches, from genomic and molecular technologies to studies of plant biochemistry, physiology, ecology and evolution.