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Evolution 2009 blog coverage

Watch this space and the Evolution 2009 FriendFeed group for the latest blog coverage of the meetings, at the participating blogs listed below. Bloggers: submit your posts about, and arising from, the Evolution 2009 meetings using Blog Carnival, and join the FriendFeed group using your existing Twitter, Google, or Facebook account to contribute comments and links.

Post-meeting posting

The team at Dechronization opened a thread for post-meeting discussions, posted personal reflections, and discussed applications of the Dirichlet Process Prior in Bayesian phylogenetic estimation.

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Jeremy Yoder (Denim & Tweed) learned that Darwin understood the importance of vicariance in speciation after all.

Monday, 15 June 2009

Jeremy Yoder (Denim & Tweed) attended talks on turtles, chipmunks, and sticklebacks.

Victor Hansen Smith (Nous Voulons Vivre) annotated the symposium on the evolution of molecular function.

Sunday, 14 June 2009

Jeremy Yoder (Denim & Tweed) learned that honeyguides are brood parasites.

Victor Hansen Smith (Nous Voulons Vivre) discussed protein evolution, pyrosequencing estimation of genetic divergence, and evolutionary computation.

Saturday, 13 June 2009

Kevin Emerson (skeetersays) discusses Eugenie Scott's opening-night lecture: "It was an excellent way to start the conference."

Victor Hansen Smith (Nous Voulons Vivre) rounded up the talks he attended.

Evilutionary Biologist John Dennehy marveled at the snake-deterring effects of snail shell chirality

Jeremy Yoder (Denim & Tweed) had the results presented in his talk challenged by the results of the following talk.

Friday, 12 June 2009

Reed Cartwright and Professor Steve Steve of The Panda's Thumb have arrived. And ... they're not alone.

Jeremy Yoder (Denim & Tweed) went for a pre-conference hike on nearby Kamiak Butte.

Evilutionary Biologist John Dennehy took the scenic route to Moscow.

Participating blogs

Dechronization | Denim & Tweed | ecoLincNZ | The Evilutionary Biologist | Evolutionary Novelties | Nous Voulons Vivre | Noticias sobre Filogenética | The Panda's Thumb | skeetersays

Disclaimer: (With apologies to Michael Feldman.) The opinions expressed on the blogs listed above, however well-reasoned and insightful, are not those of the Evolution 2009 conference, the contributing Societies, the conference sponsors, or their lackeys. Links are listed as a service by Evolution 2009, and solely at our discretion.

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