Like last year, I held a public lecture at Corpus. This time on DNA and evolution.
Presenting the second of three lectures on DNA for kids at the Corpus museum in Leiden.
April 25th is world DNA day. The museum Corpus will host workshops and lectures by the LeveDNA! foundation. See here for the program.
Attended the recent EvoKE meeting in Porto, where an emerging new community gathered to discuss and develop projects aimed at increasing the understanding of evolution among the general public. See here for an impression.
Public lecture on the evolution of sex in symposium organised by the biology student society BeeVee in Nijmegen
Nice piece in National Geographic on mutual ornamentation in a dinosaur
Lecturing in advanced course on de novo genome assembly at the Leiden University Medical Center
Panel discussion about why we have sex at Cafe Scientifique in Amsterdam
Talking about the evolution of mutual ornamentation in birds on the annual symposium of the Dutch Ornithological Union
Our pollen work attracted the attention of the Leidsch Dagblad