Departmental seminars explore all aspects of biology, and are are held on Fridays, 12:30-1:30, in BGS 0153 (unless otherwise noted). Refreshments will be provided.
All queries should be directed to Jamie Kramer.
All are welcome to attend!
|23 Sept||Charles McKenzie||Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Fetal, Juvenile and Adult Fat and Metabolism|
|30 Sept||Raine Kortet||Ecological Insights into Animal Personalities|
|7 Oct||Angela Douglas||The multi-organismal animal: insights from Drosophila and its gut microbiota|
|13 Oct 5:30pm
|Rachael Morgan-Kiss||David Laundenbach Lecture - Life on the edge: survival of single-celled plants and animals in the Antarctic polar desert|
|19 Oct 12:30pm
|Sue Healy||What does nest building in birds tell us about physical cognition?|
|28 Oct||STUDY BREAK||NO TALK|
|4 Nov||Rob Ness||The role of de novo mutation in genome evolution|
|11 Nov||Joy Ward||Plant Responses to Changing [CO2]: From the Last Glacial Period Through the Future|
|18 Nov||Diane Debinski||Combining Observational and Experimental Studies to Examine Plant and Insect Responses to Climate Change|
|25 Nov||TBD||Helen Battle Lecture|
|2 Dec||Mohamed Noor||Recombination rate influences adaptation and speciation: Studies in the Drosophila pseudoobscura species group|
There are times when notable speakers visit the department who are not part of the weekly series. These seminars have no set time or venue, but they too explore a wide range of topics in biology. All are welcome to attend!
|Thurs. Sept. 22||Michael Goodin||Minus-strand RNA viruses of plants: into and out of the nucleus||11:00 am - 12:00 pm||AAFC Canada, 1391 Sandford Street, London Seminar Room|
|Thurs. Oct. 6||Jeremy Searle||Stories from unwanted travellers - the history of the world according to stowaway mice||3:30 pm - 4:30 pm||BGS 2084|
|Tues. Oct. 11||Madeleine Barton||Linking physiology and climate in mechanistic models to predict the performance and distributions of holometabolous insects||3:30 pm - 4:30 pm||BGS 2084|