Cohort Program Blog, Interviews and Other Writing

  • Nutrient overload can have life-long impacts on butterflies, scientists find

    Authors: Kathryn Jans
    Posted 14/02/2024
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    Often, people discover that too much of a good thing can become a bad thing. In the same way that eating too much candy can hurt your stomach, too many nutrients in our environment can hinder herbivorous insects. Historically, plants and animals have had limited access to necessary nutrients such as…

  • Postdoc Perspectives: Q&A with Martijn Schenkel

    Authors: Nate Johnson
    Posted 04/10/2023
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    Evolution: A Game That Never Stops with Martijn Schenkel

    Martijn Schenkel is a postdoc at the University of Groeningen & Georgetown University and a part of the Paradox of the Organism project in the Modeling Agency Formally cluster. Martijn’s work deals with evolutionary genetics and selection on the level of individual genes, a field of study that raises…

  • Flipping the intuition for games on dynamic networks

    Posted 18/09/2023

    Allen, B. Flipping the intuition for games on dynamic networks. Nat Comput Sci 3, 737–738 (2023).