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The School is looking to recruit at least one professor and up to five posts at lecturer/senior lecturer/reader level in evolutionary biology and ecology. We would like to encourage applications from strong candidates working in our areas of interest (see … Continue reading
Yannick Wurm and Joe Parker attended SMBE2012 in Dublin – the largest-ever meeting of the international Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution. Read all about it here.
Richard Nichols and colleagues are currently recruiting 13 PhD students for their recently awarded EU Initial Training Networks (ITN) grant called INTERCROSSING. The grant offers generous funding for students interested in applying sequencing technologies to problems in population genetics. Deadline … Continue reading
Yannick Wurm received a grant from the BBSRC “bioinformatics and biological resources fund” to develop resources for studying social insect genetics
Steve Rossiter has been awarded a SYNTAX grant by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) for a project to investigate phylogenetic discordance in horseshoe bats.
This is the new website for evolution research at the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London. On these pages you will find useful information on all areas of evolution, from population genetics to macroevolution; from … Continue reading
Steve Le Comber and Mark Stevenson’s review on geographical profiling is published this month in Trends in Ecology and Evolution. In ‘From Jack the Ripper to epidemiology and ecology’ they plot the development of statistical techniques to model the geographical … Continue reading