Project News

January 24
Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality by Endogenization of Scaffolded Properties

Pierrick Bourrat, PI of the “Transitions in individuality: from ecology to teleonomy” project, wrote “Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality by Endogenization of Scaffolded Properties” in The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.

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January 22
The Dutch see Red: (in)formal science advisory bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic

David Ludwig, part of the “An Organizational Account of Ecological Functions” project, contributed to the Humanities and Social Sciences Communications article, “The Dutch see Red: (in)formal science advisory bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

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January 20
Divergent genomic trajectories predate the origin of animals and fungi

Tom Williams, part of the “Chance versus Purpose in the Evolution of Biospheres” project, contributed to the Nature article, “Divergent genomic trajectories predate the origin of animals and fungi.”

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January 18
Exploring Partial Overlaps Between Knowledge Systems in a Brazilian Fishing Community

Charbel El-Hani, David Ludwig and Paride Bollettin, all members of the “An organizational account of ecological functions” project, contributed to the Human Ecology article, “Exploring Partial Overlaps Between Knowledge Systems in a Brazilian Fishing Community.”

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January 16
Phylogenomics: Is less more when using large-scale datasets?

Davide Pisani, part of the “Chance versus Purpose in the Evolution of Biospheres” project, contributed to the Current Biology article, “Phylogenomics: Is less more when using large-scale datasets?”

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