ESEB is pleased to announce the second call for proposals of the new initiative Progress Meetings in Evolutionary Biology in partnership with the Journal of Evolutionary Biology.
Read more about the initiative and how to apply for funding here: Progress Meetings’ website.
ESEB is pleased to announce the next call for applications for the Outreach Initiative Fund 2018.
Deadline: 15 Sept 2018
Read more about successful projects and the application procedure at https://eseb.org/prizes-funding/outreach-fund/
Congratulations to Rudi Verspoor!
Rudi’s Godfrey Hewitt Mobility Award led to research now published in Evolution Letters: “Strong hybrid male incompatibilities impede the spread of a selfish chromosome between populations of a fly“, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/evl3.55
Find out more about ESEB’s Godfrey Hewitt Mobility Award at: https://eseb.org/prizes-funding/godfrey-hewitt-mobility-award/
ESEB is pleased to announce the workshop “Molecular and Phenotypic Evolution: theoretical and practical approaches” organized by the Serbian Evolutionary Society and supported by the ESEB Global Training Initiative. The workshop will take place from 3 – 10 June 2018 at the Petnica Science Center, Serbia .
For further information please visit the workshop website: molphe2018.wixsite.com
The winner of the John Maynard Smith Prize 2018 is Dr. Siobhan O’Brien, currently fellow at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Siobhan will give the JMS 2018 prize lecture at the Evolution Congress in Montpellier, France.
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The first ESEB-STN Workshop 2018 “Experimental approaches to test for coevolution” will take place from 22-25 April 2018 in Gif-sur Yvette, France. Deadline for application: Feb 28, 2018.
Further details are available here and at the workshop’s website: http://workshop.inra.fr/ecol-genome-coevol
Registration is open for the two-days workshop
“How to handle gendered assumptions in evolutionary biology research”
26-27 April 2018 at Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
sponsored by the ESEB Equal Opportunities Initiative Fund September 2017.
More details are available here: https://genderedassumptions.wordpress.com/
Past ESEB President Laurent Keller has given an interview to Research Features magazine (researchfeatures.com) about our Society and its role in promoting a better understanding of evolutionary biology. An article featuring his interview can be found online here:
ESEB: Helping evolutionary biology evolve in Europe
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