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Nov 10 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Research, Faculty, Students
The rapid, low-cost technique is the first to analyze DNA left behind in animals’ feces to map out complex networks of species interactions in a terrestrial system. It could help redefine conservation as we know it, identify otherwise hard-to-find species and guide a global effort to rewild vast...
Nov 2 2020 | Stanford Magazine | Posted In: Research, Students
Elora López-Nandam is a PhD candidate in the lab of evolutionary biologist Stephen Palumbi. She has spent the past six years in the Marshall Islands, American Samoa and Palau, and at Hopkins Marine Station in Monterey, Calif., analyzing the genetics of coral to determine how they have adapted to...
Oct 22 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, Students
Theoretical population biology is a field that informs research in demography, ecology, evolution, epidemiology and genetics. Mathematical models from scholars in this field can have broad applications – sometimes decades after they are first developed. Combining biology and mathematics, it’s been...
Oct 16 2020 | EvMed Review | Posted In: Awards, Faculty
The $5,000 George C Williams Prize for the most significant article published in 2019 in Evolution, Medicine and Public Health is awarded to the paper: Interpreting polygenic scores, polygenic adaptation, and human phenotypic differences by Noah Rosenberg, Michael Edge, Jonathan Pritchard and
Oct 2 2020 | Posted In: Faculty
Marc Feldman has been named as one of the 10 most influential Biologists in the U.S. by successfulstudent.org. Marcus Feldman completed his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Western Australia. He received his Master of Science in Mathematics from Monash...

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