New paper in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, building on previous population genetic models to describe how combinations of sex-limited expression and diverse fitness effects (direct, parental, sib, offspring) are expected to affect rates of molecular evolution.
New York Times article about waste management in animals discusses results from Pontieri et al. 2014
Michael received the presitgious NSF graduate research fellowship. Congratulations!
Tim’s interview about the recent Mikheyev & Linksvayer eLife paper: http://elife.elifesciences.org/podcast/episode18 ~15:00 minutes
New paper discussing the often overlooked molecular and evolutionary genetic implications of social interactions in social insects: Linksvayer 2015 AIP In Press
At long last, the paper “Genes associated with ant social behavior show distinct transcriptional and evolutionary patterns” is out in eLife!