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 December 2015
Tuesday 01
8:30 - CANCELLED - Course - Multivariate Analysis : The course is intended as an introduction to some of the more commonly used multivariate statistical methods of data summary and analysis. Website | More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.

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Topics will include Principal Component Analysis, Factor Analysis, Canonical Variate (or Canonical Correlation) Analysis, Discriminant Analysis, Cluster Analysis (...)
Monday 07
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : The oxygen interface of seasonal quiescence and dormancy in grapevine buds More Information
The bud is a dynamic organ that defines the lifecycle of perennial plants, enabling cycles of growth and quiescence in synchrony with a seasonal climate. Grapevine is a typical example we study in our lab. An embryonic shoot develops continuously within the buds from early spring, but in a (...)
Thursday 10
12:00 - EVENT - Developing and Funding International Research Collaboration Website | More Information
Interested in developing and funding international research collaborations, particularly in the fields of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences? Come hear how others have been able to do so, and learn how you can be more strategic in your approach.

The Seminar will run from 12:00 - 1:00 (...)
Monday 14
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : Pythium and common bean, not a love story - In search of disease resistance More Information
Damping-off and root rot disease caused by Pythium spp. is the main reason for yield reduction of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris). When Pythium disease occurs in conjunction with waterlogging, the challenge to common bean production can be critical. Current control of Pythium damping-off and root (...)
Wednesday 16
12:00 - TALK - Power/Sample Size Calculations : This seminar provides an overview of sample size calculations and demonstrates how to use the free "PS" software More Information
Is it unethical to conduct studies that are too large or too small? If so, how do we find the right balance based on the available resources? This seminar provides an overview of sample size calculations and demonstrates how to use the free "PS" software to perform simple sample size (...)

 January 2016
Tuesday 19
9:00 - EVENT - UWA/ConocoPhillips Science/Engineering Experience - Jan2016 : Budding scientists in Yrs 9/10 - 3 days of fun! More Information
Our Science Experience event is now open for registration!

UWA/ConocoPhillips Science/Engineering Experience - 19-21 January 2016!

Budding scientists/engineers in Years 9/10 (this year) are welcomed to UWA’s campus for three days of fun and to fuel their passion for science (...)

 February 2016
Monday 08
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : Studies on the strain specificity, phenotyping, resistance gene inheritance, resistance mechanisms and phylogeny of Turnip mosaic virus: in oilseed Brassica crops More Information
The diseases caused by Turnip mosaic virus affect the productivity of oilseed Brassica crops worldwide. If available, virus-resistant cultivars can provide an effective method of controlling the diseases TuMV causes. The main objectives of this PhD project were to: (i) identify strain-specific (...)
Monday 15
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : The HKT gene family in bread wheat and regulation of tissue Na+ in saline conditions More Information
Soil salinity impedes crop production in 30% of irrigated land area and 7% of dryland agriculture (FAO, 2008). Members of the High Affinity K+ Transporter (HKT) gene family have been implicated in Na+ transport in taxonomically diverse species making these genes potential targets in crop (...)
Thursday 18
10:00 - EVENT - Women in Science : Morning Tea More Information
The next meeting of the Faculty of Science, Women in Science group will be a morning tea. All are welcome.

The morning tea is a great opportunity to network with other scientists in an informal setting. We will be discussing the implementation of the Faculty of Science mentoring (...)
Monday 22
9:00 - EVENT - UWA Careers Centre - Management Consulting Days : Six management consulting firms on campus during O Week. Website | More Information
Find out what opportunities are available in management consulting. Six firms will present over 2 days. This is your chance to meet and network with employers.

Presentation/Networking (Mon 22 February):

9.00am-10.30am: McKinsey and Company

10.30am-12.00pm: Bain (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : Changes in root symbionts during long-term soil and ecosystem development and their ecological role for the maintenance of plant diversity More Information
Plant communities can be strongly influenced by their associated root microorganisms, such as mutualistic symbionts and soil-borne pathogens. I studied changes in arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) and ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungi associated with two plant species along a south-western Australian dune (...)
Thursday 25
12:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar Series: DNA Topoisomerases in Bacteria and Plants: Mechanism and Drug Targeting More Information
Monday 29
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : Significance of phylogenetic variation and mycotoxin production of the white leaf spot pathogen and mechanisms of host resistance in Brassicas More Information
White leaf spot (Pseudocercosporella capsellae) occurs across many Brassicaceae including oilseed, vegetable, condiment and fodder Brassica species and results in significant yield losses worldwide. Current management of white leaf spot relies heavily upon chemical control options that only provide (...)

 March 2016
Friday 04
11:00 - EVENT - The Big Meet Perth - FRIDAY 4TH MARCH 2016 : Meet Australia's leading organisations to talk about your future. Website | More Information
You are invited to join many of Australia's leading organisations at the year’s most important free careers event – The Big Meet.

Whether you're looking for graduate employment, a new job, vacation work, an international internship, a gap-year experience, voluntary work, travel, overseas (...)
Monday 07
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : Plant-pollinator networks in a restoration planting, and the effects of non-native plants and nitrrogen fertilization. More Information
Global changes, such as in atmospheric composition, land use, introduction of non-native species, and changes in soil structure can act individually or in combination to change plant-pollinator interactions. Impacts of global changes can influence both plant reproductive traits and/or pollinator (...)
Monday 14
13:00 - SEMINAR - Thin Film XRD Seminar : Learn about the intricacies of thin film XRD analysis and the benefits of high flux XRD More Information
The analysis of thin films introduces numerous unique complexities compared to bulk materials. A thorough knowledge of thin film XRD enables researchers to gain a detailed understanding of their structure and composition and hence, arms them with the knowledge to better predict their in-service (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology Research Seminar : Enigmatic ecological impacts of mining and linear infrastructure development in Australia's Great Western Woodlands More Information
Conservation of large, relatively intact landscapes in the face of widespread development such as resource extraction is a challenge of global conservation significance. Growing human populations and economies and increasing scarcity of natural resources are pushing the frontiers of rapidly (...)
Tuesday 15
13:00 - EVENT - UWA Careers Centre - Goldman Sachs Presentation Website | More Information
Your application is a powerful marketing tool that can gain an employer's interest. This session hosted by Goldman Sachs will talk through ideas for your application that will sit you on top of the pile.

RSVP - CareerHub - https://uwa.careerhub.com.au
Thursday 17
16:00 - SEMINAR - CMCA Seminar Series: Multifunctional materials for electronics and photonics More Information
The bottom-up approach is considered a potential alternative for the low cost manufacturing of nanostructured materials. It is based on the concept of self-assembly of nanostructures on a substrate, and is emerging as an alternative paradigm for traditional top down fabrication used in the (...)
Monday 21
16:00 - SEMINAR - Plant Biology research seminars : Studies with Turnip mosaic virus in Brassicacea species: new resistance sources, phenotyping, resistance gene inheritance, strain specificity, resistance mechanisms and isolate phylogeny. More Information
The diseases caused by Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) decrease the productivity of Brassicaceae crop species worldwide. If available, virus-resistant cultivars can provide an effective method of controlling the diseases TuMV causes. Many new sources of diverse TuMV resistance phenotypes were identified (...)


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