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Two weeks ago I visited collaborator Adam Eyre-Walker at the University of Sussex in Brighton. Adam and I have been working on a paper exploring what selective forces underly the rate with which bacteria take up new genes, using insights … Continue reading

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Missing Link: Hidden Ecologies

A very cool site I stumbled upon a while back is Hidden Ecologies. This project is based in San Francisco’s Exploratorium and documents the ecology of SF’s South Bay from two very different perspectives. The first is from high above, … Continue reading

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Missing links: the Eisen brothers

As I haven’t actually moved to Cornwall yet (that’ll be the 10th of January), I’ll keep the blog going with posts not directly related to my own research. And since the blogroll on the right is pretty short it is … Continue reading

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