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10 April 2017

New methods added: KimTree, selEstim, ABLE [Methods in population genomics]

Yann Bourgeois

Today I am adding a few methods that aim at resolving relationships between populations, estimating selection coefficients and estimate parameters for arbitrarily complex scenarios.

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14 March 2017

Les nouvelles astuces pour vendre plus « vert » [The Conversation]

Vos diesels polluent trop ? L’huile de palme plombe vos ventes ? Les œufs de vos fournisseurs n’ont plus la cote ? Vos centrales thermiques contribuent trop au réchauffement climatique ?

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18 January 2017

Smartphone microscope offers cost-effective DNA sequencing and genetic mutation analysis [Phys]

Now, a smartphone-based microscope developed by researchers at the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA and at Sweden’s Stockholm University and Uppsala University could make the mutation testing accessible to health care workers even in remote locations, without the need for large, expensive lab equipment. The device can image and analyze specific DNA sequences and genetic mutations in tumor cells and tissue samples without having to first extract DNA from them.

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18 January 2017

Regards SFE : Impact de l’urbanisation et des pratiques de jardinage sur les communautés de papillons

Par B. Fontaine et al.

La Société Française d’Ecologie (SFE) vous souhaite une bonne année 2017 avec ce regard de Benoît FONTAINE, Benjamin BERGEROT, Isabelle LE VIOL et Romain JULLIARD, chercheurs au Centre d’Ecologie et Sciences de la Conservation (CESCO, MNHN), sur les impacts de l’urbanisation et du jardinage sur les communautés de papillons.

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16 January 2017

River Invertebrate Larvae Application

An interactive visual. guide to assist identification of aquatic river invertebrates through the use of high quality digital images (produced by Dr Cyril Bennett MBE). It shows easily identifiable features for each species, plus its pollution fingerprint and conservation value.
The monitoring of freshwater invertebrates is a key factor in assessing the health of a river and is core to Salmon & Trout Conservation UK’s Riverfly Census project www.salmon-trout.org .
The app will be continually updated to modify and add new species; all proceeds from the app go towards the conservation of our rivers.

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