The Rudi Lemberg Travelling Fellowship commemorates the contributions of Professor M.R. Lemberg, FAA, FRS to science in Australia.
The purpose of the Fellowship is to enable either Australian or overseas scientists of standing to visit Australian scientific centres and to deliver lectures.
|Why organelle genomes? Costs and benefits of DNA in mitochondria and chloroplasts||University of Queensland||18th February|
|Genes in organelles. Mitochondria, ageing, and sex – energy versus fidelity||University of Sydney||23rd February||Poster...|
|The redox switch hypothesis for the first cyanobacterium: the origin of two light reactions in photosynthesis||University of New South Wales||24th February||Poster...|
|Photosynthesis explains cytoplasmic inheritance: A novel ancestral kinase, CSK is the redox messenger||Australian National University||26th February||Poster...|
|Towards an understanding of the structural mechanism of state transitions in photosynthesis||Australian National University||27th February||Poster...|
|Genes in organelles. Mitochondria, ageing, and sex – energy versus fidelity||University of Melbourne||3rd March||Poster...|
|Genes in organelles. Mitochondria, ageing, and sex – energy versus fidelity||University of Adelaide||11th March||Poster...|
|Photosynthesis explains cytoplasmic inheritance. CoRR!||University of Adelaide||13th March||Poster...|
|Six interesting samples of slime collected on 10 March 2009 from Coorong Lagoon, South Australia||Queen Mary, University of London||20th March||Poster...|