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Workshop Knowledge Utilization in Evolutionary Research

Developing a convincing knowledge utilization plan is essential for the success of many grant applications. Yet, for evolutionary biologists, it can sometimes be challenging to identify suitable knowledge utilization partners, or to find appropriate channels for outreach to the public. For all of us who are struggling with this problem, or may benefit from hearing other perspectives, on March 29 2022 NLSEB organized an online workshop on knowledge utilization in evolutionary research.

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Best practices for Online Teaching in Evolutionary Biology

On June 7 2021, Maurijn van der Zee and Bart Pannebakker organized a roundtable to share best practices for “online teaching in evolutionary biology”. Ten participants engaged in lively discussions and shared useful teaching formats, online platforms and resources for online teaching. To make these accessible to everyone on the NLSEB website, we here provide a list of recommendations and tools.

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Joint NLSEB/BioSB symposium on Evolution in and of cell communities


On February 15th 2023, NLSEB together with the Netherlands Bioinformatics and Systems Biology research school (BioSB) organized a full-day symposium on a topic of joint interest among evolutionary and systems biologists: evolution in and of cell communities at the O2-building (VU Amsterdam).

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