GSA e-News

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2011 GSA e-News Archive

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January 19, 2011

Read the latest GSA news on the blog.


What you’ll get from TAGC’s Industry Sessions

Students, postdocs, academic faculty, and industry researchers will all find benefits at the new Industry Sessions at TAGC, to be held April 22–26 2020 in the Washington DC region. When industry scientists and academic labs collaborate, both society and science benefit. That’s one of two big-picture messages Kailene Simon hopes will be conveyed through a […]

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by Cristy Gelling


Stuart Macdonald on enjoying working in different environments

Stuart Macdonald is the Director of the K-INBRE Bioinformatics Core Facility, as well as a Professor in the Department of Molecular Biosciences at the University of Kansas. He points out the importance of mentoring in his career journey, from the UK to the US, and he discusses how he balances different aspects of his job. […]

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by Early Career Scientist Committees

Community Voices

TAGC Keynote Speaker Snapshot: Sally Otto

Get to know the TAGC 2020 Keynote Speakers through our interview series. Sarah (Sally) Otto is known for her theoretical studies of how biological systems evolve. Otto investigates the selective forces acting on genetic systems (recombination, ploidy level, gene duplications) and mating systems (sexual vs asexual reproduction, sexual selection, floral reproductive strategies). Complementing this approach, […]

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by Sarah Bay