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Natural selection and other evolutionary forces lead to particular patterns of evolutionary dynamics, and they leave characteristic signatures on the genetic variation within populations.
This workshop will describe the mechanisms that federal agencies and private foundations use to fund research and teach methods for finding opportunities to apply for.
Manisha Shah is an Associate Professor of Public Policy at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Clear writing is a valuable skill for all researchers, and it can positively influence the impact of your science. This workshop will help you write about your research more clearly and effectively.
The Museum of Vertebrate Zoology celebrates 104 years of IB 104 "Natural History of the Vertebrates" (formerly IB 107). All course participants (faculty, staff, GSIs, and students) are welcome to attend.
Want to spend fall semester doing field research on the island of Moorea? Undergads: Apply for ESPMC107 by April 15! https://t.co/5XbZznceyZ
Forestry Club students reforest Tightwad Hill on campus: https://t.co/GpqDnG77Mt
RT @ucanrwater: "Some growers diverting from headwaters of small creeks & we’ve seen them pumping streams dry" says @ESPM_Berkeley research…
Its #worldwaterday! Check out some of our faculty and student research on water issues: https://t.co/mgGG7EyGMK… https://t.co/fplzZqn3qC
#Bees are feeling the sting of population decline countrywide. Gordon Frankie & @clairekremen weigh in 🐝… https://t.co/fDgM1TMeGL