Well done to Kathy Darragh who has just published her PhD work in PloS Biology. The paper was also covered by the Daily Mail.
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For the second year running we start the year with two papers in PLoS Biology. Well done to Markus Moest for leading an epic study of selective sweeps in Heliconius colour loci, covering simulations and a massive empirical data set. And to Simon Martin on his genomic study of a recent sweep of a colour […]
We say goodbye to Charley Yen today, who is going to be starting a PhD in London later this year. Well done!