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  • Journal - Biology Letters - Research Article

    Mutational effects depend on ploidy level: all else is not equal

    Feb 23, 2013 - Ploidy is predicted to influence adaptation directly, yet whether single mutations behave the same in different ploidy backgrounds has not been well studied. It has often been assumed theoretically that aside from dominance, selective parameters do

  • Journal - Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B - Research Article

    Status competition, inequality, and fertility: implications for the demographic transition

    Apr 19, 2016 - The role that social status plays in small-scale societies suggests that status may be important for understanding the evolution of human fertility decisions, and for understanding how such decisions play out in modern contexts. This paper explores

  • Journal - Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences - Research Article

    Between brains, bodies and things: tectonoetic awareness and the extended self

    Jun 12, 2008 - This paper presents the possible outline of a framework that will enable the incorporation of material culture into the study of the human self. To this end, I introduce the notions of extended self and tectonoetic awareness . Focusing on the

  • Journal - Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B - Review Article

    Regulatory networks integrating cell cycle control with DNA damage checkpoints and double-strand break repair

    Dec 27, 2011 - Double-strand breaks (DSBs), arising from exposure to exogenous clastogens or as a by-product of endogenous cellular metabolism, pose grave threats to genome integrity. DSBs can sever whole chromosomes, leading to chromosomal instability, a hallmark

  • Journal - Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B - Review Article

    The consequences of sequence erosion in the evolution of recombination hotspots

    Dec 19, 2017 - Meiosis is initiated by a double-strand break (DSB) introduced in the DNA by a highly controlled process that is repaired by recombination. In many organisms, recombination occurs at specific and narrow regions of the genome, known as recombination

  • Journal - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society - Obituary

    Paul Fatt. 13 January 1924 — 28 September 2014

    Dec 1, 2016 - Paul Fatt made discoveries that are fundamental to our understanding of synaptic transmission in the nervous system. He grew up in the USA and saw service in World War II, but came to London in 1948 as a research student supported by the GI Bill.

  • Royal Society Fellow

    Paul O'Brien

    Paul O’Brien was one of the world’s leading inorganic materials scientists focusing on developing new chemical processes for manufacturing thin films and nanoparticles. Amongst these are chemical vapour deposition techniques for…

  • Journal - Notes and Records of the Royal Society - Oration

    Address of the president, Paul Nurse, given at the Anniversary meeting on 30 November 2012

    Mar 20, 2013 - High-quality scientific advice is dependent on high-quality science. Good science is a reliable way of generating knowledge because of the way that it is done. It is based on reproducible observation and experiment, taking account of all evidence

  • Journal - Interface Focus

    Interface Focus: 8 (5)

    Oct 6, 2018 - Theme issue ‘The artificial cell: biology-inspired compartmentalization of chemical function’ organised by Paul A. ... Paul A. Beales, Barbara Ciani, Stephen Mann. Interface Focus 2018 8 20180046; DOI:10.1098/rsfs.2018.0046.

  • Sir Paul Nurse confirmed as President Elect of the Royal Society

    08 July 2010. Nobel laureate, Sir Paul Nurse has been confirmed as President Elect of the Royal Society. ... Paul Nurse is a geneticist who works on what controls the division and shape of cells.


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