Research events - Page 2
Late Lunch Talk by Naïd Mubalegh
This week we discuss a paper by Theodorou et al. 2018, on local adaptation to urbanization in the red-tailed bumblebee.
Late Lunch Talk by Anders Isaksen
By Andy Foote from NTNU, Norway
This week we discuss a paper by Le Duc et al., recently published in Science Advances.
Lectures by visiting guest researchers Mesele Yihune Tamene, Tilaye Wube Hailemariam, Nega Tassie Abate, and Gashaw Tilahun Desta
Late Lunch Talk by Jason Anders
By Anna Sturrock from the University of Essex, UK
This week we discuss a paper on the role of ancient and historical DNA in preserving biodiversity, recently published in Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
By Rebecca Taylor from Trent University, Ontario, Canada
This week we discuss a paper on genetic variation and phylogeographic patterns of five bumblebee species.
Late Lunch Talk by Ole Tørresen
PhD candidate Anna Theresia Maria ter Schure at the Department of Biosciences will be defending the thesis "Dung, Dirt & DNA: unearthing past and present biodiversity through eDNA metabarcoding" for the degree of PhD.
By Sandra Garces Pastor from UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Late Lunch Talk by Helle Baalsrud
By Micah Dunthorn from the Natural History Museum, University of Oslo
This week we discuss a paper on dietary plasticity in the extinct passenger pigeon.
This week we discuss a paper by Smith et al. recently published in Scientific Reports.
This week we discuss a paper by Raposeiro et al. recently published in PNAS.
Late Lunch Talk by Aurélie Boilard
PhD candidate William B. Reinar at the Department of Biosciences will be defending the thesis "Genomic short tandem repeats as modulators of gene expression and protein function" for the degree of PhD.
Late Lunch Talk by Marius Robu
Eörs Szathmáry, Institute of Evolution, Centre for Ecological Research, Budapest and Parmendes Foundation Pullach/Munich
Late Lunch Talk by Ruiyun Li
PhD candidate Giovanni Romagnoni at the Department of Biosciences will be defending the thesis "The multiple dimensions of spatial ecology in fisheries management - How climate, economy, and connectivity shape Cod (Gadus morhua) dynamics in a changing North Sea" for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor.