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Welcome to the new bioGENESIS website! We hope you will find useful resources on the bioGENESIS project of DIVERSITAS, and more generally on the science of biodiversity evolution. We welcome your feedback as we continue to improve this site.

News

Phylogenetics, Extinction Risks and Conservation Workshop at The Royal Society

The workshop on Phylogenetics, Extinction Risks and Conservation was hosted by The Royal Society in London  from 10th to 11th of March and it was organized by Prof. Mark Chase FRS and bioGENESIS members Felix Forest, Dan Faith, Keith Crandall.

Several stories in one: An integrative approach to investigate the evolution of the Amazon

Interview with bioGENESIS Science Committee member Lúcia Lohmann regarding the BIOTA FAPESP/DIMENSIONS NSF project: Structure and evolution of the Amazonian biota and its environment: an integrative approach.

Fellowship opportunity for biodiversity research at the Australian Museum

bioGENESIS co-chair Prof. Daniel P. Faith invites Australian citizens/permanent residents, with a recent PhD, to collaborate in  a biodiversity research fellowship at the Australian Museum in Sydney.

If you have recently completed your doctorate in biological sciences, the Chadwick Biodiversity Fellowship could be the next step in lauching your career.

 

Chadwick Biodiversity Fellowship

Blog post from A Hendry, Chair, SC-bioGENESIS

"Climate change and evolution - or not?" in Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics blog

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Blog post from A Hendry, Chair, SC-bioGENESIS

"Eco-evolutionary medicine: why cancer is different" in Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics blog

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Upcoming events

51st Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation

Date: 
Sun, 07/20/2014 - Thu, 07/24/2014
Venue: 
Cairns, Australia

The Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (ATBC) is pleased to invite you to the 51st ATBC Meeting: Future of Tropical Biology and Conservation.

This meeting provides delegates with the opportunity to collaborate with researchers and meet with key speakers and industry leaders—participation is encouraged for anyone with a passion for tropical biology and conservation, including students, NGOs, academics and researchers.

Abstract submission deadline: 31/March/2014

Registration: March/2014 to 26/May/2014

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