In this talk Dr. Dornburg will demonstrate the utility of comparative phylogenetic methods in providing a quantitative basis for otherwise unknown parameters that are fundamental to personal, clinical, and public health policy decision-making.
Dr. Lanfear will talk about his group's efforts to improve phylogenetic inference in a world of increasingly large data sets.
Diversification and Community Assembly in the Galapagos Islands
OIST Workshop | Website | Main organizer: Evan Economo (Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Unit) | OIST members are welcome to attend all scientific sessions (registration required).
Professor Turelli will discuss his fascinating work on Wolbachia, an intracellular bacteria that infects arthropods and develops an amazing diversity of interactions with its various host species.
We will talk about UAV operation in research, changes to Japan UAV regulations, and general discussion about drone operations at OIST.
In this meeting we will catch up on progress in the development of the OIST Natural History Collection
User group meeting for the Environmental Science and Informatics section
Discussion of progress and roadmap for founding an OIST natural history collection.
In this meeting, we will present information about the new Environmental Science and Informatics section in RSD and ask for feedback from users or potential users of our services. In the interests of keeping the meeting manageable we would prefer to have one representative per unit.