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Finding a needle in a haystack: looking for non-coding RNA functions

Dr. Martin Crespi, Université Paris-Saclay
- | Leidy 109 and via Zoom

Abstract: The non-coding genome is the major part of the eukaryotic transcriptome and many long noncoding RNAs, or lncRNAs, were shown to act as positive or negative quantitative…

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Dr. Sebastien Roch, University of Wisconsin, Madison
- | Zoom

The tempo of adaptation to agriculture across timescales in weeds and crops

Dr. Julia Kreiner, University of Chicago
- | Leidy 109 and via Zoom

Abstract: Genomic time-series data from natural and cultivated populations are increasingly being recovered from herbarium and archeological records. These resources provide the opportunity to directly observe…