The CBA's monthly 'TEA Talks' are a series of short workshops that introduce a range of current methods and analytical approaches in phylogenetics, bioinformatics and macroevolution.
Hosted by the Centre for Biodiversity Analysis, TEA Talks are typically held on the first Friday of each month.
We are having a break after May's TEA Talk and will return in August in Semester 2.
TEA Talks are targeted at ANU and CSIRO evolutionary biologists and ecologists (students and researchers) who want to improve their understanding in emerging concepts and techniques in evolutionary analysis.
If you are interested in presenting (or co-presenting) a TEA Talk, either by contributing to the current topic list or a new a topic suggestion, please get in touch.
- Molecular phylogenetic inference
- Tree and network thinking
- Macroevolutionary inferences from phylogenies
- Spatial and biogeographic models
- eDNA and metagenomics
- Population genomics/adaptation
- Trait evolution and comparative methods
- Museum/herbarium genomics
We appreciate you taking the time to register (it's free) as it gives us an idea of who’s attending our TEA Talks, and the presenters some background on their audience.