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Posting this notice I receive from Jon Kaye at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation: Colleagues – We have lined up a fantastic group of speakers for the upcoming EMBO Symposium on aquatic protist ecology and evolution and are seeking … Continue reading
Dr. Anath Shaleve Professor of Medicine Nancy R. and Eugene C. Gwaltney Family Endowed Chair in Juvenile Diabetes Research Director, Comprehensive Diabetes Center University of Alabama at Birmingham “MicroRNAs and the diabetic beta cell” Thursday, October 8, 2015 4:10 p.m. … Continue reading
Dear Colleagues: Cal State Northridge is hiring a Plant Evolutionary Biologist and I’m seeking your help to identify any qualified candidates. Ideally, we’re looking for somebody with expertise in molecular systematics, but we’ll consider anybody that works on evolutionary questions … Continue reading
Today at #UCDavis; Wolbachia population biology: from natural spatial spread to possible dengue control
This should be very interesting: CPB Fall Quarter Seminar Reminder – Tuesday, September 29, 2015 – 4:10pm – 1022 Life Sciences ***** September 29: Michael Turelli Professor, Department of Evolution and Ecology, UC Davis Title: “Wolbachia population biology: from natural … Continue reading
Posting this email I received: Greetings, In concert with global celebrations of World Food Day on October 16th, the World Food Center’s Institute for Food & Agricultural Literacy (IFAL) will host a four-weekend academy for the general public and campus … Continue reading
Colleagues- The Danforth Center is conducting a junior faculty search. Please share the attached ad with any promising junior scientists you know. Danforth Center Faculty Position Description The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, in St. Louis, Missouri, is an independent, … Continue reading
Please find attached the Fall Quarter 2015 CPB Tuesday Seminar Schedule. Seminars will be held as usual, 4:10pm in 1022 Life Sciences. Please note that the series starts just prior to the actual first day of Fall Quarter ’15 instruction. … Continue reading
LECTURER Introduction to Evolution (EVE 100) WINTER 2016 (January 4-March 19, 2016) Responsibilities: A 60% position teaching EVE 100 – Introduction to Evolution (4 units). Lecture–3 hours, Discussion–1 hour. The course subject provides a general survey of the origins of … Continue reading