Monthly Archives: February 2013

NIMBioS Postdocs Share Research With Partner Institutions

Two NIMBioS researchers traveled across the country in February to┬áNIMBioS minority-serving institution partners to share their enthusiasm about research at the interface of mathematics and biology NIMBioS postdoctoral fellow Gesham Magombedze spoke on “Transmission and persistence of Johne’s disease: “The … Continue reading

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Bird Study Highlighted in Nature

NIMBioS postdoctoral fellow Jeremy Beaulieu’s recent work in a study of evolution in pigeon and doves garnered a mention in Nature last week. “Behavioural changes and the adaptive diversification of pigeons and doves,” published in Proceedings of the Royal Society … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Darwin! NIMBioS Celebrates Evolution Science

Around the world people are celebrating Darwin’s birthday this week and the science of evolution, and at the University of Tennessee, NIMBioS has been joining in the fun. Darwin Day Tennessee, a campus organization run by students in the Ecology … Continue reading

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New Research Opportunities for Grad Students at NIMBioS

NIMBioS is excited to unveil its newest research and educational opportunity: the Visiting Graduate Student Fellowship. The fellowship supports visits for up to several months and is designed to facilitate graduate student training while fostering research at the interface of … Continue reading

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