Congratulations to Ana who has just submitted her thesis! Well done! We continue the 100% success of the Department of Zoology in submitting PhD theses within the four year deadline, best in the University
I am a bit late posting this, but John Davey recently published a paper in Evolution Letters which describes a large set of crosses used to test for inversion differences between H. melpomene and H. cydno. There were none! But the crosses give us a very detailed picture of patterns of recombination across the butterfly […]
Several members of the group were at the ESEB meeting in Groningen last week. Chris gave a plenary talk on the last day, talking about patterns of divergence across Heliconius genomes. Thanks to all the work by Simon Martin, Richard Merrill, John Davey and Ana Pinharanda that was presented.
Joe Hanly has submitted his thesis – well done!