We are currently advertising three ERC funded postdoctoral positions to work on Heliconius. These are on evolutionary genomics, wing pattern genetics and chemical ecology of Heliconius species. http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14991/ http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14986/ http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14982/ Please get in touch if you are interested and have any questions!
We are pleased to welcome new visitors to the group this autumn. Rajendra Chilukuri has a IGRN grant to come and learn transgenic techniques with us (although he already knows far more than we do) Eva Wiltshire Romero is a Erasmus student from Valencia who is here for four months to help with various […]
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 […]