Monthly Archives: February 2013

NSF Division of Environmental Biology Blog

via evoldir: DEBrief, the new blog from the Division of Environmental Biology at NSF, is now live. It is a trial project aimed at increasing communication and transparency in the DEB community. As the first blog approved by NSF administration,

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Animal tree of life

Max Telford has a really nice perspective in today’s Science on the contribution that molecular data has made toward resolving the animal tree of life, it’s definitely worth a read. The perspective focuses on deep relationships among major groups of

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Posted in informatics, phylogenetics

New website for Bodega Course

We have brought a new website online just in time for the 2013 Bodega Bay Phylogenetics workshop. Check it out here. Some information about the reasons for the change and useage of the old website are contained in my post

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Posted in phylogenetics

Hawaii Herp Group

Lizards in the lab: What model organisms can teach us and when they can deceive usĀ  Presented by: Justin Waguarnery Wednesday February 20, 2013 6pm – 7:30pm Biomed B Courtyard   Beer, beverages, and light snacks available. Contributions welcome. Please

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Posted in herps, Uncategorized