Congratulations to Amelie Jeanneau, PhD Student with Bertram Ostendorf, who has won the Soil Sciences Australia ‘SA Student Travel Award’ to attend the National Soils Conference 2018 in November in Canberra. The award is valued at $500 which will cover the conference registration cost.
Assoc. Prof Jeremy Austin, Dr Denice Higgins and Felicia Bardan won the ‘Best Poster’ award in the Biological Criminalistics category at the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society Symposium held in Perth. Congratulations to the team as they also won the best poster award in the same category at the last Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Symposium […]
PeiQin Ng, (MPhil student in the Searle Laboratory), was awarded a Travel Scholarship from the Australian Society of Plant Scientists (ASPS) to attend the ComBio conference in Sydney September 2018. The travel scholarship covers all flight costs. Jun Li (PhD student in the Searle Laboratory) was awarded a Travel Scholarship to attend the 2nd Joint […]
SNPs in population- and phylo-genomics 4-6 December 2018, University of Canberra Have you got large SNP datasets and now are wondering how best to filter the data, to infer population diversity or structure, adaptation, or to delimit species and estimate their relationships? Do you have a bioinformatics or analytical pipeline that you would like to […]
Congratulations to Dr Laura Weyrich who has been awarded an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship. She has been awarded $756,021 for: Stories from the past: Industrialisation impacts on the human microbiome.
Recent Student Successes Almendra Rodriguez (Ivan Nagelkerken Lab) was awarded the Ernest Hodgkin Estuary Research Award at AMSA (Australian Marine Science Association) 2018 Conference for best student oral presentation. Erin Brazel (Chris McDevitt Lab) won the Australian Society for Microbiology SA/NT Student Award. Erin won a bursary to present her PhD research at the Australian Society for Microbiology […]
Researcher Development Series 2018 Commercialisation: Are you ready? Commercialisation is the process of turning intellectual property (IP) into a marketable product. But different ideas have different commercial potential, so how do you go about finding out what your IP is really worth? When and how should you engage with commercialisation partners? And how soon […]
The University of Adelaide (School of Biological Sciences) has won 2 Awards in the University BioQuest – QuestaGame. University BioQuest, is a competition between universities to locate and identify animals. Professor Rob Reid has run an innovative exercise in level 1 Concepts in Biology and the University of Adelaide won the Top Spotters in the Universities category […]
Connectome Project Seminar Series 2018 A symposium series designed to connect leading neuroscientists & the next generation of researchers. With presentations by A/Prof Stuart Brierley and Dr Gabrielle Todd When: Friday June 15th at 4:30pm – 5:30pm Where: Ground Floor, Lecture Theatre G033, University of Adelaide Health & Medical Science Building, North Terrace,Adelaide SA 5000, Australia To find out more […]
Free lecture being hosted by the University of Adelaide Palaeontologists group in the Braggs Lecture Theatre Friday 25 May at 6:30pm. The presenter is Dr Julian Hume (a palaeontologist and palaeoartist) from the Natural History Museum London. His presentation title is ‘Art and the Palaeontological Record – Bringing the Past Back to Life’.