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A whole lot of folks—875!—have “liked” the Molecular Ecologist page on Facebook, which ought to mean that all those people see new posts from the site right in their Facebook News Feed. But we’ve found that our Facebook posts are … Continue reading
Readers may have noticed that our comments forms have changed—because we’ve installed the Disqus commenting platform for this site. (Old comments are currently being imported into the new system, which should be done within 24 hours.) Disqus offers some nice … Continue reading
With the recent announcement that Google Reader’s days are numbered, it’s occurred to me to clean up the options for RSS (really simple syndication) subscriptions here at The Molecular Ecologist. To that end, I’ve installed a shiny new Feedburner RSS … Continue reading
Greetings fellow molecular ecologists and other interesting people! I’m Peter Fields, a recent recruit to the roster of contributors at the Molecular Ecologist. I’m currently a graduate student with Douglas Taylor at the University of Virginia. My dissertation research has … Continue reading
Hi, everyone! I’m Jeremy Yoder, and I’m very pleased to be joining the contributors here at the Molecular Ecologist, starting today. I’m currently a postdoc with Peter Tiffin at the University of Minnesota, studying the population genomics of adaptation in Medicago … Continue reading
Since all the bloggers are heading back to their homes and log fires for the Christmas break, we’re going to put the blog on hold until early in 2012… we hope to see you then!