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Joint retreat with Levi Yant's group & allies

We spent three days of inspiring scientific discussions about ecological & population genomics (not only) in Arabidopsis in a nice autumn setting of Křivoklátsko protected area. Group of our collaborator Levi (Nottingham University) and our colleagues from GMI Vienna, VIB Ghent and University Bochum joined as well!

Writing retreat to Kvilda

Our group spent a nice couple of days at the Kvilda field station in the Šumava Mts to discuss and improve our current manuscripts.

Sumava mountains

New ERC Starting Grant

Filip has been awarded a Starting Grant from the European Research Council for the project DOUBLE ADAPT. Nearly € 2,000,000 will cover 5-years research of adaptive consequences of whole genome duplication in natural and experimental plant populations - project info and press release

Majda's research stay at UC Davis

Majda has just returned from an amazing six-week stay at Graham Coop’s group at UC Davis, where she learnt some cool methods to identify evolutionary mechanisms of parallel adaptation.

 methods

Utku Deniz joins the group for summer internship morgane Fri, 08/23/2019 - 13:55

The Plant Ecological Genomics Group has a new member joining to carry out his BSc Erasmus internship. Utku, from the İzmir Institute of Technology, Turkey, is working on seed phenotypes and pollen fertility in interploidy crosses. Welcome! 

Utku

Plant Population Biology conference 2019 morgane Fri, 08/23/2019 - 13:54

The GfÖ-Specialist Group Plant Population Biology (PopBio) held their conference in Warsaw this year and lots of members of our department attended. Emma gave a talk on barriers to gene flow in Arabidopsis.

Paper on altitudinal differentiation in Arabidopsis is out! filip.kolar Fri, 06/21/2019 - 11:06

New paper demonstrating strong altitudinal differentiation in Arabidopsis arenosa regardless of ploidy in Western Carpathians has been just published in Annals of  Botany. A collaborative work of our group lead by Guillaume with significant contribution of Majda, Majda, and our previous students Adam and Jana.

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