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- February 22, 3 p.m.
Dr. Yuseob Kim
“How often does negative frequency-dependent selection occur?”Hutchison 316
- February 25, Noon
Dr. Parris Humphrey
"The dynamics, genetics, and ecology of fitness in multiple environments"Lander Auditorium-Hutchison 140
- March 4, Noon
Dr. Amanda Amodeo
“The role of histone availability in cell cycle and transcriptional regulation in the early embryo”Lander Auditorium - Hutchison 140
February 7, 2019
Y chromosomes are sex chromosomes in males that are transmitted from father to son; they can be impo ...
January 7, 2019
Most evolutionary biologists distinguish one species from another based on reproductivity: members o ...
Jennifer Brisson and Patrick Oakes Recipients of the National Science Foundation’s Most Prestigious Recognition for Junior Faculty Members: the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award
September 4, 2018
Eight University of Rochester researchers are among the latest recipients of the National Science Fo ...
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