The Environment Institute, the Australian Centre for Evolutionary Biology and Biodiversity and the Ecology, Evolution and Landscape Science academic group in the School of Earth & Environmental Sciences hold a regular seminar series during semester.
The series includes seminars with invited high-profile speakers from across the Institute’s subject areas, including marine and climate science, energy, evolutionary biology, ecology and biodiversity, and ancient DNA.
In the series so far:
3 May: A New World Down Under: biodiversity and evolution of subterranean animals from the Australian arid zone (m4a download)
Speaker: Professor Steven Cooper
30 May: Next generation amplicon sequencing to characterise fossil, faecal, food and forensic samples (m4a download)
Speaker: Dr Mike Bunce
14 June: Origins of the southwest Australian biodiversity hotspot: ecological and macroevolutionary perspectives (m4a download)
Speaker: Dr Marcel Cardillo
Seminars are held regularly and presentations will be added to the ACEBB/EELS/EI Seminar Series webpage.