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Heliconius butterfly genomes mess with our concepts of species and phylogeny
James Mallet, Harvard University
"Dynamics of Phenotypic and Genomic Evolution in a 60,000-Generation Experiment with E. coli "
Dr. Richard Lenski - MARKER LECTURE #2, Michigan State University
"Time Travel in Experimental Evolution"
Dr. Richard Lenski - MARKER LECTURE #1, Michigan State University
Changing Ecologies: Finding Ways to the Future Without Losing the Past
Richard Hobbs, The University of South-Western Australia
**CANCELLED** Molecular Insights into Cilia and Ciliopathies: See Elegance in C. Elegans
Jinghua Hu, Mayo Clinic
Genetic Diversity in Trees: Implications for Global Change Responses
Emily Moran, University of California, Merced
Is Fear in Your Genes? Understanding the Neurobiology of Fear and PTSD from Mice to Men
Kerry Ressler, McClean Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Aggregation and randomness in regulatory control and failure
Steve Frank, University of California-Irvine
Controlling the Gastrointestinal Microbiota with Small Molecule Therapeutics
Matthew Redinbo, University North Carolina @ Chapel Hill
The Social Physiology of Size Based Division of Labor and Reproduction in Bumblebees
Guy Bloch, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
*CANCELLED* The Meaning of Ice: People and Sea Ice in Three Arctic Communities
Shari Fox Gearheard, University of Colorado Boulder
Mechanisms and Functions of Nrf2 Signaling in Aging and Stress Defense
Dirk Bohmann, University of Rochester Medical Center
"Animal Movement: Memory, Learning and Autocorrelation"
Bill Fagan, University of Maryland
What Doesn't Kill You....Adaptive Responses to Environmental Change"
Tracy Langkilde, Penn State
Tools for Mapping and Engineering the Brain
ED BOYDEN, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Perturbing Natural Epigenomic Behavior in Plants
Sally MacKenzie, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Greening of the Artic: How Shrubs Are Changing the Tundra
Jennie R. McLaren, University of Texas, El Paso
The Genetics of Sexual Dimorphism
Lynda Delph, University of Indiana
My name is Legion for we are many: Ecological and Evolutionary Implications of Clonality, Diversity and Population Structure in Reef Coral Endosymbionts
Dan Thornhill, National Science Foundation
Molecular networks: integrating stress response and life history across generations, populations and species
Tonia Schwartz, Auburn University

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