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The Evolution and Development (evo devo) seminar series is continuing this year. Organized by PhD students in the Department of Zoology and Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, the series covers all aspects of Evolutionary Developmental Biology and includes speakers who have had a significant impact on the field.
It consists of relatively informal lunchtime talks, which take about 45-50 minutes, followed by 10-15 min of questions and discussion. We aim to highlight the common themes underpinning the diverse and multi-disciplinary research on organisms right across the tree of life. Topics include micro- and macroevolution, embryology, developmental genetics, palaeontology and computational biology.
If you have a question about this list, please contact: Becky Ramshaw; Marcia Kishida; Joe Hanly; Olivia Tidswell; Martin Minarik. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.
1 upcoming talk and 142 talks in the archive.
The Evolution of Arthropods: From Limb Transformation in Crustaceans to Color Variation in Butterflies
Nipam Patel (University of California, Berkeley).
Thursday 06 April 2017, 13:00-14:00
Please see above for contact details for this list.
Other listsType the title of a new list here Quantitative cell biology symposium: June 18 2009 Reproduction on Film 3: Making Babies
Other talksThe Craft of Spinning TBC Title: A teenager with primary pneumococcal peritonitis The distribution of oxygen in the Earth’s mantle Generalizing Convolutions for Deep Learning A solid state conceptualization of information transfer from gene to message to protein