In connection with Gregor Mendel's 200 year anniversary, there will be an event that includes lectures, a guided tour of the Marine Research Station Drøbak and dinner. The lectures covers Gregor Mendel and his contributions to science, the geneticist Kristine Bonnevie, modern genetics and genomics and more. Registration is necessary. The event is held in Norwegian.
The event consists of short lectures followed by a conversation between the lecturers. The event is held in Norwegian.
Open lectures by Catherine (Katie) Peichel and Dag Undlien. The topic covers reconciling Mendelian genetics and Darwinian evolution, and how genetics is used in modern medicine.
Late Lunch Talk by Stefaniya Kamenova
Late Lunch Talk by Tilde Hjermann
Late Lunch Talk by Lars Lindsø
This week we discuss a paper by Hernandez-Castro et al. 2022, on dispersal and adaptation in the Chagas disease vector R. Ecuadoriensis
Late Lunch Talk by Lauren Cobb
This week we discuss a paper on the genomic basis of invasiveness in plants, specifically release from enemy microbes and inter-species hybridization in the invasive success of European ragweed.
Late Lunch Talk by Ana Figueiredo
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
This week we discuss a paper by Le Duc et al., recently published in Science Advances.
Open lectures by Detlef Weigel (Max Planck Institute for Biology Tübingen, Germany) and Anna Wargelius (Institute of Marine Research, Norway). Darwin Day is an international recognition of science and humanity, held in memory of Charles Darwin.
Late Lunch Talk by Jason Anders
This week we discuss a paper on the role of ancient and historical DNA in preserving biodiversity, recently published in Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
This week we discuss a paper on genetic variation and phylogeographic patterns of five bumblebee species.
Late Lunch Talk by Ole Tørresen
Late Lunch Talk by Helle Baalsrud
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
Late Lunch Talk by Marius Robu