Biodiversity genomics event returns

2022-10-03T12:17:00+01:003 October 2022|

This free and open event brings together international researchers to share breakthroughs, challenges and advances in how we apply genomics to understanding, utilising and protecting life on Earth.

Butterflies, peacock spiders, and rapid speciation

2022-09-06T16:05:06+01:007 September 2022|

Dr Joana Meier, new group leader in the Tree of Life programme, describes her research into how and why groups of animals evolve and diversify into new species over millennia.

Making your voice heard

2022-03-07T21:16:00+00:008 March 2022|

Evolutionary genomics, creepy crawlies and being a woman in science

The diversity of plants

2022-02-15T16:21:51+00:0016 February 2022|

We spoke to some of the team planning to sequence the DNA of every plant species in Britain and Ireland about the diversity of plant genomes and the importance of plant science in the face of global challenges.

The Story of Dogs

2021-12-20T16:04:38+00:0020 December 2021|

Dogs, descended from wolves, were the first animals to be domesticated by humans, some 40,000 years ago. New research, using modern DNA sequencing, is unravelling the evolutionary history of our canine companions.