Past events

08
Apr
2022

Climate Change Adaptation for Environment and Heritage in the ACT »

8.30am 8 April

This event will explore climate adaptation for environment, heritage and water in the ACT. It intends to provoke thought, stimulate debate, and lay the groundwork for productive collaborations, as the ACT initiates work on a detailed framework for climate adaptation in this area.

28
Mar
2022

OneDArT: Developing an ecological data capture, storage and analysis platform »

1.30pm 28 March

The second OneDArT end-user engagement workshop to help inform the development an ecological data capture, storage and analysis platform for biodiversity and biosecurity research.

18
Mar
2022

Genome Biology Group meeting »

12.30pm 18 March

First meeting of the newly established (ANU) Genome Biology Group.

26
Oct
2021

eDNA test protocols: advances, applications and limitations »

10am 26 October

An online mini-symposium on current eDNA test protocols advances, applications and limitations

11
Jun
2021

DArT PIP Workshop – Data Ecology Model »

11am 11 June

The first stakeholder meeting for the ACT government-funded EcoKDDart project.

11
Mar
2021

slimr: Using R to integrate data and tailor-made population genomic simulations over space and time »

9am 11 March

This workshop will introduce slimr, a new development package for the R statistical programming environment designed to create a seamless link between SLiM and the R development environment, with its powerful data manipulation and analysis tools.

09
Feb
2021

Research Mingle 2021 »

3pm 9 February

To welcome in 2021 and catch up with CBA colleagues, we invite you to our inaugural 'Research Mingle' networking event.

02
Feb
2021

CANBR Orchid Mini Symposium »

9.30pm 2 February

Synthesis and frontiers of Australian orchid research

14
Dec
2020

Through the Nanopore »

2pm 14 December

Nanopore sequencing is rapidly becoming an analysis option of choice as accuracy and throughput have increased significantly in recent times. Join us to discover the latest developments in the platform and how its unique abilities help our very own ANU researchers to be at the forefront of scientific discovery.

30
Nov
2020

AMSI BioInfoSummer »

30 November

In 2020, AMSI BioInfoSummer is going virtual! Hosted by The Australian National University (ANU), attendees will participate online over the four-day program to develop their bioinformatics skills, national networks and employability.

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