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Open PhD position: Reproduction in a changing world

Drosophila Melanogaster
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The Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity invites applications for a PhD position (65%, TV-L E13) in the research group of Dr. Claudia Fricke. The interested candidate will study the effects of temperature on male and female reproduction in the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. The project will combine behavioural and fitness assays with molecular work and an experimental evolution approach to gain more insight into the ecology of reproduction.
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Science Pub in Münster

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Meet scientists for easy-to-understand presentations and thought-provoking discussions in an informal athmosphere in Münster's pubs. The next talk will be given by PD Dr. Joachim Boldt on 20th November 2017 on"Genetically engineered machines, zweite Schöpfung, Biohacking. Ein ethischer Blick auf das
Genome Editing bei nicht-menschlichen Organismen".

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4 - 6 October 2018: 1st Münster Evolution Meeting

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The meeting wants to provide a forum for all Evolutionary Biologists working across different fields. Besides having the opportunity to share and learn about excellent research in evolutionary biology it also aims at bringing together Evolutionary Biologists in a smaller setting, to allow for an intensive networking and discussion.

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