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Origin of the species: where did Darwin's finches come from? - The Guardian


The Guardian
Biogeography and evolution of the Galápagos: Integration of the biological and geological evidence. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Sato, A, et al., 2001. On the origin of Darwin's finches. Molecular Biology and Evolution. Steadman, DW, 1982.

UM professor receives award of excellence in fish physiology - EurekAlert (press release)


EurekAlert (press release)
MIAMI-- University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Professor Martin Grosell received the Award of Excellence in fish physiology from the American Fisheries Society. The award was presented to Grosell during the 13th ...

WLU biology department scores big wins at conference - The Steubenville Herald-Star


The Steubenville Herald-Star
Emmy Delekta, 21, of New Cumberland, an ecology, evolution and organismal biology major. ┬» Daniel Meyer, 24, of Glen Dale, W.Va., a graduate student enrolled in the master of science in biology degree program. Only six student posters were selected out ...

Netherlands Society for Theoretical Biology

Amsterdam - Netherlands

Information about the NVTB; abstracts of annual NVTB meetings; many theoretical biology links; conference calendar; journal finder.

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Theoretical Biology at Utrecht University, Netherlands
Netherlands

Formal models in ecology, spatial pattern formation, (molecular) evolution, immunology, and ethology. Formalisms range from mathematical models, cellular automata, genetic algorithms, to discrete-event individual-oriented simulation models. Bioinformatic approach typically involves spatial, multi-leveled models with many interacting entities whose behavior is determined by local information.

Sweden

ESMTB is a nonprofit organisation. The purpose of the society is to promote theoretical approaches and mathematical tools in biology and medicine in a European and wider context. This goal is pursued by the organization of summer schools and conferences, by the European Communications (the former Newsletter) and the pokies australia information on our web-site. The ESMTB board organizes the activities of the society according to the ESMTB statute

Theoretical Biology
Swaziland

Theoretical Biology Group of the ETH Zurich. We are part of the Institute of Integrative Biology and the Department of Environmental Sciences at the ETH Zurich. Our research and teaching focuses on microbial population biology. Most of our work is theoretical/computational, but we also do some experimental work.

Journal of Theoretical Biology
Netherlands

This journal is the leading forum for theoretical papers that give insight into biological processes. It covers a very wide range of topics and is of interest to biologists in many areas of research.

Theoretical Population Biology
Netherlands

This journal presents articles on the theoretical aspects of the biology of populations, particularly in the areas of ecology, genetics, demography, and epidemiology.

Careers in Theoretical Biology
Canada

Guidance brochure for high school and undergraduate students. Defines theoretical biology, gives examples of its application, and provides advice on preparing for a career in the field.

Theoretical Biology of Systems
France

The research group of Athel Cornish-Bowden are interested in the definition of life, especially in relation to the (M,R) systems of Robert Rosen, and also in metabolic regulation and control.

Theoretical Biology and Biophysics
United States

This group (T-10) at Los Alamos National Laboratory focuses on the modeling, analysis and informatics of molecular and cellular biological data.

Theoretical Biology Groningen
Netherlands

Focuses on competition and natural selection, more specifically evolutionary game theory, life history theory, sexual selection, sex allocation, metapopulation genetics, resource competition, and interference competition.

Theoretical and Computational Biology Group
United Kingdom

The Theoretical and computational biology group at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge is headed by Cyrus Chothia. The group has a strong interest in genome analysis and protein structure.