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"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
Plenary discussion on the changing world of journalism
Moderated by Nancy Baron, Director of Science Outreach at COMPASS,
Title to be announced
Stephen O'Brien, St. Petersburg State University
The genetic effects of the multi-generational exposure to Chernobyl radiation
Robert Baker, Texas Tech University
Precision Genome Engineering and Agriculture
Daniel Voytas, University of Minnesota
Integrated Inference of Demography and Selection from Population Genetic Data
Sohini Ramachandran, Brown University
Maternal control of Xenopus germ cell development
Jing Yang, University Illinois @ Urbana
Computational Model of Substrate-Based Cell Motility
Igor Aronson, Argonne National Laboratory, University of Chicago
Can complexity be understood through simple rules?
Susana Enriquez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Genetic conflicts shape the evolution of Centromeres and Species
Harmit Malik, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute
"New genes, new tricks? Evidence from a novel tissue in the sea anemone Nematostella Vectensis"
Joe Ryan, University of Florida, St. Augustine
The use of genetic variation to conserve natural populations: from allozymes to genomes
Fred Allendorf, University of Montana
Inherent Demographic Stability in Resource-Mutualist-Exploiter Interactions
Charlotte Lee, Duke University

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