Vienna Graduate School of Population Genetics
The evolution of robustness and evolvability in complex genetic architectures.
Unscripted plant development: adventures in the interaction space
Evolutionary Theories for Social-Ecological Change
Functional organization of bacterial chromosomes
Data structures and inference for Ancestral Recombination Graph models of population genetics.
Origins of cell diversity in self-organizing multicellular tissues
Seeing double: understanding the early genome evolution of tetraploid teleost fishes.
Ghost admixture in great apes.
Making a whole biont: an organizational account of physiological individuality
Genomic basis of adaptation to extreme environments.
Comprehensive understanding of cancer fitness landscape from germline to somatic alterations
O the wall: consequences of a cell wall-deficient lifestyle in bacteria
Fruits of chromosomal conflict.
The Earth BioGenome Project: Progress Toward a New Synthesis in Evolution Science
The molecular life history of sperm: postcopulatory male x female interactions.
The recently discovered ties between teeth and infants in human evolution
Reactivation of an endogenous retrovirus in Drosophila ovarian somatic tissue: from germline invasion to taming.
Evolvability and the Function of Inheritance
The evolution of phenotypic incompatibilities during speciation.
The Conceptual Foundations of Evolution and Development
Applying Predictive Processing to Behavioural Patterns in Neuropsychiatric Disorders and Distributed Cognition
What can Y chromosome tell about population history of mammals in the post-genomic era?