Project News

January 9
Structure of the endosomal Commander complex linked to Ritscher-Schinzel syndrome

Tom Williams, part of the "Chance versus Purpose in the Evolution of Biospheres" project, contributed to the Open Access Cell article "Structure of the endosomal Commander complex linked to Ritscher-Schinzel syndrome."

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January 4
Human deleterious mutation rate implies high fitness variance, with declining mean fitness compensated by rarer beneficial mutations of larger effect

Joanna Masel, PI of the "Universal principles of evolutionary adaptation" project, contributed to the Evolutionary Biology article, "Human deleterious mutation rate implies high fitness variance, with declining mean fitness compensated by rarer beneficial mutations of larger effect."

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December 28
Brain dysfunction without function

Harriet Fagerberg, part of the “Putting representations back into goal-directedness” project, published the Philosophical Psychology article, “Brain dysfunction without function.”

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December 20
From Exposome to Pathogenic Niche. Looking for an Operational Account of the Environment in Health Studies

Gaëlle Pontarotti, part of the "Open-ended evolution and organizational closure" project, contributed to the "From Exposome to Pathogenic Niche. Looking for an Operational Account of the Environment in Health Studies" chapter in Integrative Approaches in Environmental Health and Exposome Research

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December 18
Defining eukaryotes to dissect eukaryogenesis

Phi Donoghue, Davide Pisani and Tom Williams, members of the “Chance versus Purpose in the Evolution of Biospheres” project, contributed to the Current Biology article, “Defining eukaryotes to dissect eukaryogenesis.”

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