Past events

11 February 2016
It’s been a while, 10+ years, since early and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) were able to share their discoveries, innovations and ideas at the Research School of Biology...
1–2pm 10 February 2016
Species are often defined on the basis of reproductive isolation, but less well appreciated is that species can be reproductively isolated for some parts of the genome and not...
9–12 February 2016
Species on the Move International Conference The global redistribution of our planets’ species is widely recognised as a fingerprint of climate change, however, the...
5.30pm 4 February 2016
For Coopers & Cladistics this week Mike Crisp is away, so I will be leading a discussion of phylogenetic dating methods, especially new methods where dated fossils are...
11am 27 January 2016
Arthropods account for more than 60% of the world’s species, and include a wide array of economically and ecologically important taxa. Despite their diversity and...
University House
5.30pm 21 January 2016
For our first meeting for 2016, I am suggesting a paper that asks whether speciation in the mountains of the South African SW Cape floristic hotspot was primarily driven by...
11am–12pm 3 December 2015
The Compositae (Asteraceae) family is the largest flowering plant family with ca. 25,000 species. Its members have successfully colonized the Pacific Islands 38-43 times (...
9am–5pm 3 December 2015
This full-day workshop is part of the Australasian Systematic Botany Society's annual conference and is sponsored by the Centre for Biodiversity Analysis. It...
9.30am 25 November – 4.30pm 27 November 2015
This three-day ANU-CSIRO Metabolomics Workshop aims to introduce ANU and CSIRO researchers to the theory and practice of metabolomics research with an emphasis on...
5.30pm 19 November 2015
This week's C&C is a crtitique by Tom Givnish of confusion between “adaptive radiation” and “explosive diversification” in recent literature:...
9.30am 18 November – 4.45pm 19 November 2015
Workshop outline Detection is often imperfect in wildlife surveys. Disregarding imperfect detection can lead to biased estimation of species occurrence. This can be a problem...
9.30am–4.30pm 13 November 2015
Presented by COMBINE Canberra, CSIRO, and ANU Research School of Biology.   Machine learning is becoming an increasingly useful tool for researchers with...
12.30–1.30pm 6 November 2015
Research Scool of Biology Director’s Seminar DNA sequences contain an incredible wealth of useful information. But our ability to use this information hinges, in large...
3–4pm 29 October 2015
Tempo and Mode: Centre for Macroevolution and Macroecology special seminar. All welcome. Aboriginal people, including those in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara...
5.30pm 22 October 2015
Does collecting voucher specimens of rare species threaten them with extinction? Some claim that this is how the Great Auk was finished off. Is the collection of vouchers...
9am 1 October – 5pm 2 October 2015
COMBINE Melbourne are hosting a two-day phylogenetics workshop at the University of Melbourne. This workshop will provide an introduction to phylogenetics analysis, including...
10–11am 17 September 2015
NRCA seminar Russell Barrett, Australian National Herbarium, CSIRO Despite an increase in exploration of Western Australia's Kimberley region in recent decades, the...
16–17 September 2015
Model-based statistical inference of demographic histories for comparative phylogeographic purposes using Next-Generation sequencing data This workshop will focus on...
12–1pm 15 September 2015
Outback landscapes, also known as the rangelands, or simply remote Australia, cover around 70% of Australia. This includes the savannas of Northern Australia and the semi-arid and...
5.30pm 10 September 2015
The following paper... Muir, C.D. (2015). Making pore choices: repeated regime shifts in stomatal ratio. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 282...

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