Biological Sciences Seminars
We have an active seminar series for the benefit of Biological Sciences staff and students. We encourage all visitors to our department to give a seminar and members of the public are welcome to attend.
Seminars typically take place at 1 pm on Wednesdays in building 14EAR (E8A), level 2, room 280 - Biology Tearoom (see map here)
We also have special seminars delivered by our HDR students upon completion of their thesis. They are usually held once a month on Thursday at 4 pm.
Please contact Admin for further information and assistance.
Seminar schedule 2018
Please note that the schedule is subject to last-minute changes without notice.
HDR Completion Seminars 2018
|15 February||4:00 PM||Cody Feras||Ken Cheng||Learning, Memory and Cue Choice in Navigating Ants|
|17 May||4.30 PM||Simon Klein||Andrew Barron||Causes and consequences of individual forager variability in social bees|
|17 July||4:30 PM||Susie Hewlett||Andrew Barron||The neural mechanisms of honey bee (Apis mellifera) social cohesion|
|23 August||4:30 PM||Maurizio Benelli||Phil Taylor||Effect of short-term cool storage to assist mass rearing of two dipterans: Exorista larvarum (L.) and Bactrocera tryoni (Froggatt)|
|20 September||4:30 PM||Kaja Wierucka||Robert Harcourt||Multimodal mother-offspring recognition in the Australian sea lion|
|4 October||4:30 PM||Md Mohasinul Haque||Linda Beamount||Knowns and Unknowns: An Assessment of Knowledge Shortfalls in the Digitised Collection of Australia’s Flora|