Published: Oct 19, 2015 1:29:06 PM
EPSRC grant for David Murrell to answer whether tropical forests are really coincidental or predictable collections of tree species
Published: Oct 9, 2015 11:20:45 AM
The Challenge of Monitoring Biodiversity
Tue, 04 Aug 2015 14:12:04 +0000
a guest blog by Charlie Outhwaite, written for the 2015 Write About Research Competition. Biological diversity, or biodiversity, is a complex term encompassing the variety of life found on Earth. It incorporates not only differences between species but within species themselves and of the environments and ecosystems where they are found. We as humans benefit […]Read more...
Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment
The Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment
brings together scientists with shared interests in genetics,
evolutionary and environmental biology.
It traces its origins to the Department of Comparative Anatomy, founded in 1826 and incorporates the Galton Laboratory.
Current research in the Department includes evolutionary and environmental biology, genetics including human genetics, and systems and theoretical biology.
Adelie Penguins Booth Island © Collen
Amphiura Larval Skeleton © Oliveri
Death fluorescence in C. elegans © Coburn/Gems
Gene Expression Data © Bahler
Wildtype Sz. pombe strains
Sea Urchin Cilia © Oliveri
Natalus stramineus © Zamora-Gutierrez
spACE2 © Oliver Davis
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An evolutionary balance explains discontinuities in gradual speciation
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