Project News

December 4
Taking fishers’ knowledge and its implications to fisheries policy seriously

David Ludwig, Paride Bollettin and Charbel El-Hani, part of the "An organizational account of ecological functions" project, contributed to the Ecology and Society article, "Taking fishers’ knowledge and its implications to fisheries policy seriously."

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December 1
Modelling spatial constraints and scaling effects of catalyst phase separation on linear pathway kinetics

Kepa Ruiz-Mirazo, part of the "Integration and individuation in the origin of agency" project, contributed to the Statistical Mechanics article, "Modelling spatial constraints and scaling effects of catalyst phase separation on linear pathway kinetics."

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November 30
An oak is an oak, or not? Understanding and dealing with confusion and disagreement in biological classification

Thomas Reydon, PI of the "Agency and explanation in the evolutionary sciences" project, contributed to the Open Access Biology & Philosophy article, "An oak is an oak, or not? Understanding and dealing with confusion and disagreement in biological classification."

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November 29
The Interaction Between Exploitative and Interference Competition: Limits to R * Theory

Daniel Smith and Joanna Masel, members of the "Universal principles of evolutionary adaptation" project, wrote "The Interaction Between Exploitative and Interference Competition: Limits to R * Theory" in Ecology.

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November 28
The three-dimensionally articulated oral apparatus of a Devonian heterostracan sheds light on feeding in Palaeozoic jawless fishes

Phil Donoghue, PI of the "Chance versus Purpose in the Evolution of Biospheres" project, contributed to the Paleontology article, "The three-dimensionally articulated oral apparatus of a Devonian heterostracan sheds light on feeding in Palaeozoic jawless fishes."

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