Past events

21
Feb
2024

Individual variation in mitochondrial metabolism »

9.30am 21 February

Visiting ecophysiologist Karine Salin from the Institut Français de Recherche pour l’Exploitation de la Mer (French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea) will present a talk and workshop on mitochondrial metabolism.

30
Nov
2023

BEAST 2 workshop »

30 November

In conjunction with Biosystematics 2023, the CBA is hosting a post-conference workshop on phylogenetic analysis software BEAST 2.

26
Nov
2023

Biosystematics 2023: Celebrating the past | Planning the future »

26 November

The CBA is pleased to be supporting this conference to celebrate the achievements and identify future directions in the discovery, documentation and protection of Australasia's biodiversity.

20
Nov
2023

Stakeholder engagement: Turning lectures into conversations »

9.30am 20 November

This hands-on workshop will show participants how to speak about their research to invite conversation, whether it be amongst other scientists, stakeholders, or the general public.

17
Nov
2023

Macroecology meets hi-tech »

9.30am 17 November

You are invited to a working group to discuss the development of a new CBA initiative investigating the potential of new data sources to unify the three elements of biodiversity - ecosystems, species and genes.

08
Nov
2023

Detecting selection »

9am 8 November

This one-day workshop presented by Bruce Walsh from the University of Arizona will provide an overview of the wide array of approaches have been proposed to detect selection. 

02
Nov
2023

Leveraging museum specimens to ask ecological questions in the era of genomics »

9.30am 2 November

Bruce Walsh from the University of Arizona will discuss how the ability to whole-genome sequence from museum specimens has fundamentally changed the way we view the value of collections. 

22
Sep
2023

The structuring of avian genomes across time and space »

10.30am 22 September

Brian Tilston Smith, visiting from the American Museum of Natural History, will present an overview of his research program on avian evolution through a series of vignettes on topics that include comparative landscape genomics, convergent evolution, and phylogenetic discordance.

13
Sep
2023

Introduction to AusTraits »

10am 13 September

An introduction to the open-source database AusTraits - the largest collation of trait data for Australian plants.

15
Aug
2023

How science and maths influence environmental policy »

5.30pm 15 August

University of Canberra's 2023 Krebs Lecture will be given by Professor Hugh Possingham

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