Gee Research Blog
Write About Research – A GEE Research Blog Competition
Tue, 03 Mar 2015 15:28:43 +0000
The GEE Research blog communicates UCL science with a wider, non-specialist audience, by providing short summaries of recent research in the department of UCL Genetics, Evolution and Environment. This provides an opportunity to engage with a broad audience, including other academics, students, members of the public, and even businesses and policy-makers. It is a great […]
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Was Fermentation Key to Yeast Diversification?
Tue, 17 Feb 2015 15:30:43 +0000
From bread to beer, yeast has shaped our diets and our recreation for centuries. Recent research in GEE shows how humans have shaped the evolution of this important microorganism. As well as revealing the evolutionary origins of modern fission yeast, the new study published in Nature Genetics this month shows how techniques developed for detecting […]Read more...
Planning for the Future – Resilience to Extreme Weather
Thu, 15 Jan 2015 15:13:14 +0000
As climate change progresses, extreme weather events are set to increase in frequency, costing billions and causing immeasurable harm to lives and livelihoods. GEE’s Professor Georgina Mace contributed to the recent Royal Society report on “Resilience to Extreme Weather”, which predicts the future impacts of increasing extreme weather events, and evaluates potential strategies for improving […]
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Mon, 05 Jan 2015 11:33:21 +0000
Classifying a species as either extinct or extant is important if we are to quantify and monitor current rates of biodiversity loss, but it is rare that a biologist is handy to actually observe an extinction event. Finding the last member of a species is difficult, if not impossible, so extinction classifications are usually estimates […]Read more...
Changing Perspectives in Conservation
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:15:44 +0000
Our views of the importance of nature and our place within have changed dramatically over the the last century, and the prevailing paradigm has profound influences on conservation from the science that is conducted to the policies that are enacted. In a recent perspectives piece for Science, GEE’s Professor Georgina Mace considered the impacts that […]Read more...
Joint GEE/IOZ Research Away Day
Mappin Pavillion, Institute of Zoology, London Zoo Regents Park
Thursday 18 April 2013
Jon Bielby (IoZ)
Behavioural, ecological and epidemiological impacts of badger mortality
Nazif Alic (IHA)
Transcriptional control and ageing in Drosophila: beyond dFOXO
Paola Oliveri (GEE/CDB)
Regulatory control and evolution of skeleton in echinoderms
Richard Pearson (CBER)
Modeling species’ ecological niches and geographic distributions
John Allen (Visiting Professor GEE)
Energy, fidelity, ageing, sex. Oocyte mitochondria are quiescent genetic templates
Paul Jepson (IoZ)
Investigating impacts of chemical and noise pollution in dolphins and porpoises
Oliver Davis (UGI)
Mapping the UK's genetic and environmental hotspots
Garrett Hallenthal (UGI)
Inferring ancestry and historical mixing events using haplotypes
Nichola Raihani (GEE)
Human punishment is motivated by inequity aversion not a desire for reciprocity
Trent Garner (IoZ)
Determining when infectious diseases are conservation threats to amphibians
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