I have just advertised a new PhD studentship opportunity on FindAPhD.com. I am really excited about this project, and we have a huge amount on data already in hand for the new student to analyse. Here is the project description:
Just before Christmas, I was interviewed by Howie Shannon for The Economist’s “Babbage” podcast. Here it is!
This blog was first posted at Nature Ecology & Evolution Community on 31 October 2017 Last week in Stockholm the forest geneticist Prof. Ron Sederoff was awarded the Marcus Wallenberg Prize. Informally known as the “Nobel Prize for Forestry”, this two million Swedish Krona award is presented by the King of Sweden each year. It […]
This blog was written for the Nature Ecology and Evolution Community where it is posted here. One of the hidden gems of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew is its library. I spent several happy hours there researching a recent letter to Nature Ecology and Evolution, published in June under the title “The deepening of Darwin’s abominable […]
This blog was written for the Nature Ecology and Evolution Community where it is posted here. The ash tree genome project published in Nature today began, for me, with a lunchtime conversation with Andrew Leitch in the SCR bar at Queen Mary University of London in early November 2012. Ash dieback had been found in […]