Biological Theory Issue 13:1 is online now. Enjoy the introduction to the thematic section / guest editorial ...
We welcome Lorenzo DEL SAVIO (University of Munich) to the KLI who will work on his project "Are Humans Self-domesticated Animals?"
We welcome our new postdoctoral fellow Alice LACINY who will work on the project "Eco-Evo-Devo in Action: Parasite-Induced Morphologies in Ants."
We welcome our new writing-up fellow Gregory RUPIK (University of Toronto) who will work on the project "Organismal Agency in Romantic Biology and Today."
New morphometric methods to break down organismal shape into adaptive and neutrally evolving components improve phylogenetic reconstruction
A group around KLI fellow Nicole Grunstra and Philipp Mitteroecker developed new methods to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships from morphology.
Gerd B. Müller and Ehab Abouheif's new entry on evo-devo offers an introduction to characteristic themes and highlights selected papers that address crucial conceptual aspects.
Co-authored by KLI fellow Christian Dorninger, their new paper shows that rich countries rely on a large net appropriation of resources from the global South.
We welcome Richard Gawne from the Duke University to the KLI.
Guido Caniglia took up his position as Scientific Director of the KLI in November 2018.
We welcome Harold de Vladar to the KLI.
The September issue of our journal, Biological Theory, is now out.
We welcome Javier SUAREZ (University of Barcelona) who will work on his project "Stability of Traits as the Kind of Stability that Matters: Holobionts as Units of Selection."
Vivarium: Experimental, Quantitative, and Theoretical Biology at Vienna's Biologische Versuchsanstalt. A new volume in the Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology edited by Gerd Müller was published in October 2017!
We welcome Murillo Pagnotta from the University of St. Andrews to the KLI.
We welcome Eva Fernandez-Labandera Tejado from the University of the Basque Country to the KLI.
We welcome Roland Zimm from the University of Helsinki to the KLI.
We welcome Writing-Up Fellow Christian DORNINGER who will work at the KLI on his project "Biophysical Human-Nature Disconnections as a Form of Sociocultural Niche Construction" starting on April 1st, 2019.
KLI Colloquium: Ivan Gonzalez-Cabrera, 12 April, 3.00 pm
In addition to Diversity Lost to Diversity Regained, KLI fellows covered a range of philosophical, social, and ecological issues.
Volume 17, issue 2 introduces a new collection—Critical Concepts in Biological Theory—with the article: Serial Homology.