Late Lunch Talk by Helle Baalsrud
Open lectures. Darwin Day is an international recognition of science and humanity, held in memory of Charles Darwin.
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
Late Lunch Talk by Marius Robu
Should we allocate more resources to interdisciplinary environmental research? Reduce air travel by half? Let climate and the environment permeate all study programs? Employees and students are invited to have their say and put their mark on UiO's new climate and environmental strategy.
Open lectures by C. Jessica E. Metcalf and John-Arne Røttingen. The topics are the ecology and evolution of hosts and pathogens, and translating science to policy – the case of pandemic preparedness and response.
Late Lunch Talk by Ruiyun Li
This week we discuss a paper on using hyb-seq for analysing herbarium specimens
Late Lunch Talk by José Cerca
This week we discuss a paper on comparative population genomics of bumblebees.
Late Lunch Talk by Yihan Cao
This week we discuss a paper on palaeogenomic reconstruction.
Late Lunch Talk by Anneke ter Schure
This week we discuss a paper on genomics of rapid parallel adaptation in the marine snail Littorina saxatilis.
Late Lunch Talk by Rita Austin
This year's Darwin Day event covers the topic of evolution and medicine. Speakers: Charles Swanton, Felicia Keesing, and Bruce Levin. This event is part of the Oslo Life Science Conference 2021.
This week we discuss a paper on pollen and eDNA preserved in old guano deposits from two caves in Jamaica.
This week we discuss a paper on connectivity and structure in albacore tuna inferred from morphometrics, genetics and modelling particle drift modelling.
Late Lunch Talk by Eivind Andreas Baste Undheim
This week we discuss a paper on genome skimming. The paper presents the potential for using low-coverage shotgun data for species identification, moving forward from more traditional barcoding approaches.
This week we discuss a paper on structural genomic variation. The study reports on resequencing of >1000 wild sunflowers and finds large non-recombining haplotype blocks that are associated with ecologically relevant traits and soil and climate characteristics.
Late Lunch Talk by Alberto Valero-Gracia