Past events

11–12 June 2014
Following on from the success of last year's Science Symposium, the second Atlas of Living Australia Science Symposium will be held at the newly refurbished Australian Academy...
22–24 April 2014
In the face of rapid, global environmental change it is essential that we understand how biodiversity is distributed and how it responds to the forces of environmental change....
1–5pm 17 April 2014
Climate variability is increasing and leading to crop failures, while growing demand on agriculture is adding pressure for further expansion. Food security depends on a stable...
12.30–4pm 27 March 2014
The Australian Ecosystem Science Long-Term Plan is being developed by and for the ecosystem science community in Australia, to ensure we have a cohesive vision and plan for...
25–28 March 2014
The CBA is hosting an intensive 4-day workshop on Population and Landscape Genomics that will combine talks with practical training by invited international...
4pm 19 March 2014
CBA / RSB Director's Seminar: Edward Holmes Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Disease and Biosecurity, School of Biological Sciences and Sydney Medical School, The...
13–14 February 2014
A symposium in conjunction with Professor Jim Tiedje’s McMaster Fellowship, with participation from the European Bioinformatics Institute and support from CSIRO and the...
4pm 4 February 2014
The savanna ant fauna of northern Australia has its biogeographical origins and therefore evolutionary history in the arid zone. In this special CBA seminar Alan Andersen...
29 January – 1 February 2014
The 2014 Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists will take place from 29 January to 1 February 2014 at the Greenhills Conference Centre outside...
7–11 January 2014
The IBS Early Career Conference 2014 aims to bring together early career researchers, along with more experienced scientists, working on many aspects of biogeography, in...
3pm 11 December 2013
It seems appropriate to reflect on where the Atlas of Living Australia has got to after five years of development. The 'Atlas' has achieved much, yet ...
1–6 December 2013
The Society of Australian Systematic Biologists, Invertebrate Biodiversity and Conservation, and Australasian Systematic Botany Society welcome participants for their special...
26–27 November 2013
Presented by the Australian Development Agency for Statistics and Information Systems. This workshop will explore the foundation for linear and logistic regression. The...
22–23 November 2013
A Gentle Introduction to Statistics in SPSS and R Presented by the Australian Development Agency for Statistics and Information Systems. For many people the field of statistics...
13–16 October 2013
The 13th Annual AMATA Conference, will be held at the Marriott Surfers Paradise 13-16 October 2013. There is an exciting program planned, with a special invitation extended to...
9–10 October 2013
Presented by Australian Bioinformatics Network and supported by the CBA. This R Software Carpentry bootcamp is an intensive hands-on workshop at which scientists...
9.30am 27 August – 12.30pm 10 September 2013
The Genome Discovery Unit (GDU) is running a three day course (27 Aug, 3 Sept & 10 Sept, 9:00-12:30) introducing scripting using Python. Bioinformatics...
9am 12 August – 5pm 21 August 2013
The Genome Discovery Unit (GDU) is running a five day course (12, 14, 16, 19 & 21 August, 9:00-17:00) presented by John MainDonald, a consultant and author...
9am 29 July – 5pm 2 August 2013
In association with the 11th International Polychaete Conference the Philosophy of Biological Systematics course will be run at the Australian Museum in Sydney....
9am–4pm 18 July 2013
CBA phylogenomics workshop using BEAST2 led by Alexei Drummond Alexei is an international leader in phylogenomic inference with diverse applications from...

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