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.
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.
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.
To celebrate 10 years of sharing Australia’s unique biota, join us for three talks from leading scientists in evolutionary and taxonomic research. From spiders to orchids to reptiles, come along to hear the new ways researchers are working to describe the richness of the natural world, and to understand the next steps in documenting the complex legacy of millions of years of evolution.
As part of the Humboldt Day commemorations the CBA is hosting an online mini-symposium presenting recent insights into how historical climate change and trait evolution has shaped Australasian biogeography.