Past Seminars

Event Date Speaker Institution Title
Wednesday, Sep 28th, 2011 Levente Bodrossy CSIRO, Marine and Atmospheric Research and Wealth from Oceans, National Research Flagship, Hobart Tasmania 7000 Australia

Microarrays within the environmental microbiology toolbox.

Wednesday, Sep 28th, 2011 David Wilkins University of New South Wales

The Polar Front is a major boundary in Southern Ocean picoplanktonic biogeography.

Wednesday, Sep 28th, 2011 Guy Abell CSIRO, Marine and Atmospheric Research and Wealth from Oceans, National Research Flagship, Hobart Tasmania 7000 Australia

Nitrogen cycling microbial communities and their relationship to nutrient fluxes in the Derwent estuary, Tasmania.

Wednesday, Sep 28th, 2011 Mark V. Brown University of New South Wales

The Effects of Environmental Temperature on Biogeographic Boundaries in SAR11 Marine Bacteria.

Wednesday, Aug 31st, 2011 Joyce Loper Oregon State University

Genomics-guided discovery of novel traits in Pseudomonas fluorescens

Wednesday, Aug 31st, 2011 Andrew King CSIRO

High Alpine Bacteria Display Strong Landscape Scale Distributions

Wednesday, Aug 31st, 2011 Luke Barrett CSIRO

Cheating, trade-offs and the evolution of virulence in a natural pathogen population

Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2011 Jutta Zwielehner University of Queensland

The healthy human gut microbiota and how chemotherapy and antibiotics affect its composition.

Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2011 Jan Slapeta University of Sydney

Neosporosis: the nemesis of Australian fauna?

Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2011 Rita Rapa UTS

Gene Cassette Products and Their Role in Vibrio Physiology: A Proteomics Approach