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Prominent German biologist wins EMBO Communication Award
Date:8/26/2008

he Hygiene Museum of Dresden. He laid the foundation for educational work in evolutionary biology by giving numerous lectures for lay audiences in museums, schools and universities.

Meyer pursues an active research programme in his capacity as Professor and Chair of Zoology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Konstanz. He has published nearly 250 original scientific articles in some of the most prestigious journals, including Nature and Science, along with over 30 reviews and numerous book reviews. His focus is the speciation, genetics of phenotypic innovations and comparative genomics of fish.

A prize of 5,000 euro and a handcrafted medal will be presented to Axel Meyer at the 7th Annual ELSO Meeting in Nice, France, on 1 September 2008.


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