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Evolution Letters
New OA journal publishing the best work in evolutionary biology. Jointly owned by ESEB & SSE, published by Wiley-Blackwell.
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Anais Möller 17h
"Encouraging women to sit on organizing committees [...], and the establishment of visible Equal Opportunity guidelines, thus could be ways to ensure higher number of invited female speakers in the future. Our results suggest that change, if desired, requires deliberate actions."
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Geeta Mehta 12h
The establishment of visible Equal Opportunity guidelines increases women’s representation as conference speakers
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jordon wade 🌹 17h
Intentionality increases gender representation of invited speakers. Remember this when you organize an event! Paper also includes this great conflict of interest statement: "We care about diversity in science and may therefore be biased." 🔥
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SSE 22h
Great to see this data analysis of gender equity at conference events, as it helps us as a society see what is working and keep improving.
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ESA ECP Committee 19h
This study highlights the importance of explicitly considering gender when inviting speakers for a symposium--this tends to increase the representation of women.
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Evolution Letters Apr 22
Deliberate actions improve gender equity at scientific events. New research from , Nicolas Rode, & on Early View:
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Evolution Letters Apr 18
Blog: The battle between the sexes, by Meghan Laturney
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Evolution Letters Apr 18
The conflict beneath your feet: tradeoffs between attracting beneficial microbes and repelling parasites in the plant root microbiome. An blog post by
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Evolution Letters Apr 14
New on EarlyView: Last male sperm precedence is modulated by female remating rate in Drosophila melanogaster, by Meghan Laturney et al
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Evolution Letters Apr 14
New on EarlyView from et al: Genetic conflict with a parasitic nematode disrupts the legume-rhizobia mutualism
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Corlett Wolfe Wood Apr 15
There’s so much cool biology right beneath our feet! Learn more about our research on conflict in the microbiome of plant roots in this blog post: Find the full paper here:
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John Stinchcombe Apr 14
Super excited and proud of this work led by now in press . Blog post here: Full paper here:
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Corlett Wolfe Wood Apr 14
Our new paper is out in Evolution Letters! Plants that are good mutualists are more susceptible to parasite infection.
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Evolution Letters Apr 14
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Then Meghan Laturney explains how female fruit flies gain the upper hand in "The battle between the sexes" (complete with amazing fluorescent sperm images!)
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Evolution Letters Apr 14
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First, tells us all about the tradeoffs between attracting friendly microbes & repelling parasites in "The conflict beneath your feet"
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Evolution Letters Apr 14
Looking for some easy weekend science? Look no further - we've got two fascinating new guest author posts for you on the blog:
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Evolution Letters Apr 14
New on EarlyView: Last male sperm precedence is modulated by female remating rate in Drosophila melanogaster, by Meghan Laturney et al
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Evolution Letters Apr 14
New on EarlyView from et al: Genetic conflict with a parasitic nematode disrupts the legume-rhizobia mutualism
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Cole Julick Apr 4
Some work I did as an undergraduate is officially out!
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Katie Mika Apr 4
The week of my dissertation defense and my undergrad work is out! Congrats all! Great to see it official.
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