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Working Groups Tour SAL@NIMBioS

Synergy is the name of the game at NIMBioS, where visiting researchers from a variety of different backgrounds come together to learn from one another and produce great science. Hence, the combined effect is indeed greater than the sum of … Continue reading

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Working Group Publishes Review in American Naturalist

The work of the NIMBioS Working Group on Computational Landscape Genomics has come to fruition with a synthesis review paper in The American Naturalist. “Finding the genomic basis of local adaptation: Pitfalls, practical solutions, and future directions” provides a critical … Continue reading

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Special Collection Explores Motivation of Play

Research on what motivates play in mammals, both human and non-human, has been published in a special issue of the journal Behaviour. The nine papers in the special issue are products of the NIMBioS Working Group on Play, Evolution and Sociality. The … Continue reading

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Working Group Publishes New Habitat Management Guide

A new management guide for selecting habitat- and patch-specific metrics in spatially-structured populations was published yesterday in Ecological Indicators. The paper is a result of efforts by the NIMBioS Working Group on Habitat for Migratory Species. The paper reviews the many … Continue reading

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Prepare to Collaborate! Here’s How to Do It Well

What does it take to run a successful collaborative meeting? As a NIMBioS participant or organizer of an activity, you will meet and work with scientists from a variety of fields. Cross-disciplinary research can produce exciting results, but it also … 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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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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NIMBioS ‘Play’ Participant Plays the Pipes

NIMBioS friends and colleagues were treated to a organ recital last night by Dr. Peter Hammerstein, an accomplished organist and member of the NIMBioS Working Group on Play. Using the magnificent Opus 15 mechanical-action tracker organ in Cox Auditorium, Hammerstein … Continue reading

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Playtime at NIMBioS: New Working Group Takes Play Seriously

Some of the world’s foremost authorities on the social behavior of play are gathered this week at NIMBioS. The new NIMBioS Working Group on Play, Evolution and Sociality aims to use mathematical tools to study the dynamics of play — … Continue reading

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To meet, greet or retreat during influenza outbreaks?

When influenza pandemics arrive, the specter of disease spread through person-to-person contact can mean that schools close, hand sanitizer sales rise, and travellers stay home. But is severing social and business interactions with our neighbors really better than taking a … Continue reading

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