Long-read, long-reach sequencing workshop »
Applying long-read and long-range DNA sequencing technologies in combination or on their own lets us address outstanding biological questions in genome biology, evolution, and diagnostics.
The Wholesome Show: The Evolution of Sex »
The final RSB Director’s Seminar for 2019, will be a live recording of ANU’s own The Wholesome Show podcast, with special guest from RSB Dr Megan Head.
Unknown and Forgotten - uncovering and discovering the biodiversity of Papua New Guinea »
Kew’s work in New Guinea: species discovery and conservation in the ‘Last Unknown’
Should Australia declare a climate change emergency? »
"People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction" was the recent warning from 16 year
Evolutionary transformations in vertebrate history »
The past decade has seen a surge of experimental techniques for reconstructing evolutionary transformations during the 500-million year history of vertebrate
Implementing scalable bioinformatics workflows in Snakemake and Nextflow »
The Australian BioCommons / EMBL-ABR offers free, hands-on bioinformatics workshops around Australia. Registrations are now open for Implementing Scalable
Invading the desert: allotetraploid Nicotiana sect. Suaveolentes (Solanaceae) radiates in the Australian arid zone in the last million years ...
Long-distance dispersal was responsible for allotetraploid Nicotiana reaching Australia from South America about six million years ago (mya) based on molecular
Workshop on Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics »
The Workshop on Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics will be held in the stunning natural setting of the Blue Mountains, NSW, within the heart of the historical
Landscape genomics symposium »
In conjunction with the CBA co-sponsored Workshop on Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics, we are hosting a one-day symposium and workshop in Canberra
Emerging areas of research in Reintroduction Biology »
On the first day of the CBA co-funded Synthesis Group workshop Emerging Areas of Research in Reintroduction Biology, invited participants will be