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NIMBioS Collaboration Targets HIV Infection

Research arising from a recent collaboration with a short-term visitor to NIMBioS and one of our senior personnel members has resulted in a publication in PLOS Computational Biology that investigates immune response to HIV infection. “Broad CTL Response in Early … Continue reading

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NIMBioS Workshop Inspires New Theme Issue

A new theme issue published this week in Philosophical Transactions B was inspired in part by the recent NIMBioS Workshop on Evolution and Warfare. “Solving the puzzle of collective action through inter-individual differences: evidence from primates and humans” is compiled and edited … Continue reading

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Postdoc Collaboration Yields Results

Congratulations to four former NIMBioS postdoctoral fellows whose collaboration while at NIMBioS has come to fruition in a paper published last week in Methods in Ecology and Evolution. In the paper, lead author Orou Gaoue, along with Calistus Ngonghala, Jiang Jiang … Continue reading

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Productive Working Group Leads to Special Issue

The Within-host Modeling of MAP Infection Working Group has had an extremely productive few years and its work has paid off in a dedicated special issue this month of the journal Veterinary Research. Ten of the twelve papers in the issue were … Continue reading

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Tennessee Environmental Educators Connect Biodiversity & Probability

NIMBioS showcased its “Measuring Biodiversity with Probability” at the Tennessee Environmental Educators Association Conference last week in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The conference drew 114 environmental educators from across the state to a day and a half of sessions … Continue reading

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New Textbook Introduces Undergraduates to Mathematics for the Life Sciences

KNOXVILLE—Today’s students in college biology and other science courses are increasingly being asked to analyze problems in quantitative ways, and now they have a new textbook to help them do so. “Mathematics for the Life Sciences,” published this month by … Continue reading

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NIMBioS, UT researchers publish in top journal

A study on marine viruses and their implication for marine biogeochemical cycles by a group of NIMBioS- and UT-associated researchers has been published in the journal Nature Reviews Microbiology. The researchers used a biophysical scaling model of intact virus particles … Continue reading

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Poverty and Disease Explored in Essay

Former postdoctoral fellow Calistus Ngonghala’s essay examining poverty and disease is featured this week in PLOS Biology. Ngonghala and his co-authors explore how coupled models of ecology and economic growth can provide key insights into factors driving the formation and persistence … Continue reading

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Modeling of Microbial World Comes of Age

The fruits of the labor of the NIMBioS Investigative Workshop on Individual-Based Ecology of Microbes: Observations and Modeling appear today in an opinion paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The paper argues that individual-based models are … Continue reading

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Testing Protocol Described for Epigenetic Model of Homosexuality

In a new article released today in BioEssays, the authors that brought the widely circulated article on the epigenetic underpinnings of homosexuality last year provide a new testing protocol for the model. Last year’s study, published in The Quarterly Review … Continue reading

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