Events

Host: Paul Rainey

In the beginning was an ecosystem: The onset of evolution at the origin of life

In the beginning was an ecosystem: The onset of evolution at the origin of life

Modeling cancer evolution: integrating theory with experiment

Modeling cancer evolution: integrating theory with experiment

Selection, adaptation, and generalization

Connecting individual eukaryotic cells with friends and enemies in the sea

Connecting individual eukaryotic cells with friends and enemies in the sea

The structure-function problem in microbial communities

The structure-function problem in microbial communities

Scott Miller: Plasticity lost and found: cyanobacterial adaptation to novel environments

Bruce Levin: An excursion into the population and evolutionary dynamics of bacteriophage

Søren Molin: Survival strategies in bacterial populations during persistent lung infections

Michael Seeger: Genetic diversity of Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis strains from Central Chile and their phylogenetic relationships with strains from America, Europe and Africa

Special Seminar - Pierrick Bourrat: Transitions in Evolution: A Formal Analysis

Rees Kassen: From so simple a beginning - Adaptation and diversification in microbial populations

Victor de Lorenzo: Evolution as heterotic computing - How environmental bacteria conquest the chemical space

Daniel Falush: The landscape of coadaptation in Vibrio parahaemolyticus

Michael McDonald: Adaptation in recombining experimental populations of microbes, and the repeatability of evolution

Honour McCann: Emergence and Evolution of Plant Infectious Disease

Rafal Mostowy: Diversity and evolution of polysaccharide antigens in Enterobacteriaceae

Pierrick Bourrat: Dissolving the Fitness-Decoupling Paradox in Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality

Philippe Remigi: The evolution of phenotypic heterogeneity in Pseudomonas fluorescens

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