Category Archives: Molecular Ecology, the journal

Nominations open for the 2019 Harry Smith Prize

The editorial board of the journal Molecular Ecologyis seeking nominations for the Harry Smith Prize, which recognizes the best paper published in Molecular Ecologyin the previous year by graduate students or early career scholars with no more than five years of postdoctoral … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal | Tagged | Leave a comment

The Molecular Ecology Prize committee are continuing to accept nominations through Tuesday, April 2! Send nominations to committee chair Robin Waples at robinw3@uw.edu; see details here.

Share
Posted on by Jeremy Yoder | Leave a comment

Nominations open for the 2019 Molecular Ecology Prize

We are soliciting nominations for the annual Molecular Ecology Prize. The field of molecular ecology is young and inherently interdisciplinary. As a consequence, research in molecular ecology is not currently represented by a single scientific society, so there is no … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology Prize, Molecular Ecology, the journal | 1 Comment

Survey results: Journal solicitations from preprint servers

Last December, we posed the question Should journals solicit submissions from preprint archives? and solicited feedback from the community on whether this was a promising path forward for the field. First off, thank you to the 145 people who responded … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal, science publishing | Tagged | 1 Comment

Should journals solicit submissions from preprint archives?

The use of preprints has increased drastically in the life sciences over the past few years. Preprints are manuscripts submitted to open access servers prior to, or in some cases instead of, formal publication. One popular preprint server is bioRxiv (although there … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal, science publishing | Tagged | 1 Comment

Nick Fountain-Jones wins Harry Smith Prize for study of virus transmission among urban bobcats

The Harry Smith Prize is awarded for the best paper in Molecular Ecology in the previous year led by an early-career researcher. The 2018 Prize has been awarded to Dr. Nick Fountain-Jones for his paper ‘Urban landscapes can change virus gene flow and evolution … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal, phylogenetics | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Robin Waples receives 2018 Molecular Ecology Prize

Robin Waples, the 2018 winner of the Molecular Ecology Prize, received a plate commemorating the award in a ceremony Sunday at the Conservation Genetics 2018 conference. The prize recognized Waples’s extensive contributions in the use of molecular genetic data to … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Robin Waples awarded the 2018 Molecular Ecology Prize

The 2018 Molecular Ecology prize has been awarded to Robin Waples for his work on conservation biology and management, particularly as the leading expert on approaches for using molecular markers to estimate and understand effective population size in natural populations, … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Nominations open for the Harry Smith Prize in Molecular Ecology

Posted on behalf of the Harry Smith Prize Selection Committee. The editorial board of the journal Molecular Ecology has established a new prize to recognize the best paper published in Molecular Ecology in the previous year by graduate students or … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal | Tagged | Leave a comment

Nominations Open for 2018 Molecular Ecology Prize

We are soliciting nominations for the annual Molecular Ecology Prize. The field of molecular ecology is young and inherently interdisciplinary. As a consequence, research in molecular ecology is not currently represented by a single scientific society, so there is no … Continue reading

Share
Posted in community, Molecular Ecology, the journal | Tagged | Leave a comment