Past events

31
May
2023

Stochastic modelling meets evolutionary biology »

9.30am 31 May

A technical training workshop that will provide an overview of models from matrix-analytic-methods (MAMs) and how they could be used in practical applications.

30
May
2023

Evolutionary science for a changing world »

12.30pm 30 May

What is evolutionary science? Who is an evolutionary scientist? What role does evolutionary science have to play in the future of Australian science? How can we shape that future?

01
May
2023

Integrating morphology and genomes to infer speciation times »

11am 1 May

Discussion of recent advances using fossil information integrated in the form of morphometric data to allow simultaneous inference of speciation times, morphological rates of evolution and ancestral character reconstructions.

01
May
2023

Shape of Life: reading the evolutionary history of animals by measuring them »

9.30am 1 May

This talk will discuss what can be learnt about evolution and development from comparing the shape of structures such as bones, exoskeletons, and leaves.

01
May
2023

Leveraging morphological and genomic data to elucidate evolutionary patterns  »

1 May

Emma Sherratt and Mario Dos Reiswill present a workshop and seminar each on using genomic and morphological data to study the tree of life.

20
Apr
2023

Advancing taxonomy discussion  »

1.30pm 20 April

A round table discussion with Rudolf Meier from Museum fur Naturkunde, on how his rapid, accurate, scalable, and cost-effective species discovery and delimitation methods can benefit Australian systematics and taxonomy.

20
Apr
2023

Accelerating biodiversity discovery in hyperdiverse arthropod clades with robots and Nanopore sequencing »

11am 20 April

Rudolf Meier, from the Museum fur Naturkunde in Berlin will discuss his novel methods to accelerate biodiversity discovery and monitoring of "dark taxa" using robotics, machine learning imaging and nanopore sequencing.

03
Apr
2023

Introduction to molecular lab fundamentals 2023 »

3 April

The EBL's annual 3-day introductory course to molecular lab fundamentals for Honours and PhD students and other researchers new to molecular lab work.

10
Mar
2023

How far can genes travel in the living world? »

11.30am 10 March

Dr Camille Roux, visiting from Université de Lille, will present a seminar and workshop covering the theory and practice of demographic history and speciation genomics with emphasis on Bayesian methods from genomic data.

09
Mar
2023

ABCday: Approximate Bayesian Computation in one day (and a half) »

9 March

Dr Camille Roux, visiting from Université de Lille, will present a seminar and workshop covering the theory and practice of demographic history and speciation genomics with emphasis on Bayesian methods from genomic data.

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