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Tackling big questions with meta-analysis: a case study of life-extension via dietary restriction

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Meta-analysis is an important tool in ecology and evolution. In this talk, I explain what meta-analysis is and provide its brief history. I then illustrate these points with an applied example of a meta-analysis on how dietary restriction can prolong lifespan in animals. I finish with ideas on how graduate students and academics can incorporate meta-analysis into their own research.

This talk is part of the Behaviour, Ecology & Evolution Seminar Series series.

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