Evolutionary and Conservation Genomics in the News

A unique perspective on health and exercise. September 2, 2015. News Medical.

Creating a genomic zoo. Marsha Lewis. April 22, 2015. Inside Science.

Book in brief: how to clone a mammoth. Brian Switek. April 9, 2015. National Geographic.

Jamming jumping genes. Nicole Kresge. March 1, 2015. Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Marine biologist Terrie Williams on endangered monk seals and 'The Odyssey Of KP2'. Bob Kustra. February 20, 2015. Boise State Public Radio.

New study gets to heart of exercise for deep-diving marine mammals. Samanatha Clark. January 15, 2015. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

Team led by UCSC researchers reconstruct genome of bird, crocodile ancestor. Nicholas Weiler. December 11, 2014. Santa Cruz Sentinel.

As species decline, so does research funding. Terrie M. Williams. November 6, 2014. Op-Ed, Los Angeles Times.

Sticky fingers ground jumping genes. David Shultz. October 1, 2014. Science.

Wildlife energy: Survival of the fittest. Andrew Curry. September 10, 2014. Nature.


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