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How to grow 'Up': insights into the mechanisms of anisotropic growth in plants
Siobhan Braybrook, University of California, Los Angeles
What is the fate of a forest without frugivores, and how do you fix it?
Haldre Rogers, Iowa State University
Enabling biological research from molecular to population scales through efficient algorithms
David Koslicki, Oregon State University
Success of the Smelliest: How Pheromone Signals Evolve (and do humans have them?)
Tristram Wyatt, University of Oxford
Atomic Resolution Cryo-EM
Sriram Subramaniam, National Institute of Health
Ecological genomics of legume-rhizobium symbiosis
Katy Heath, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Sexy and not so sexy mutualisms will disappear: implications of habitat fragmentation in an African biodiversity hotspot
Norbert Cordeiro, Roosevelt University
Hybridization reveals the genes for plumage and migration in an avian radiation
David Toews, Cornell University
Evolutionary consequences of climate change: Insights from field studies of the subalpine mustard, Boechera stricta
Jill Anderson, Odum School of Ecology, University of GA
A Sea of Change: Altered Microbial Dynamics Following the Macondo Oil Well Blowout
Samantha (Mandy) Joye, University of Georgia
Diversity, resistance, and virulence: pathogen evolution in a dynamic world
David Kennedy, Penn State University
Multi-scale approaches to understand complex biological phenomena
Mario Recker, University of Exeter
At the interface of chemical kinetics and population biology: How to find dosing strategies
Pia zur Wiesch, The Arctic University of Norway
Frontiers in Inflammation Research: from NRLP3 to metabolic reprogramming
Luke O'Neil, Trinity College Dublin
Evolutionary Game Theory of Cancer
Marco Archetti, University of East Anglia
What does dental calculus tell us about diet, pathogens, and population history?: preliminary results from the chimpanzees of Gombe
Anne Stone - Marker Lecture, Arizona State University
Tracking a killer: using ancient DNA to understand the evolutionary history of tuberculosis
Anne Stone - Marker Lecture, Arizona State University
Music in the Brain: The Neuronal Control and Learning of Bird Song
Michael Fee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mathematical models of treatment responses and resistance evolution in leukemias
Dominik Wodarz, University of California, Irvine
Epigenetic regulation of the circadian gene Per1 in age-related memory decline
Janine Kwapis, University of California, Irvine

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