Calling for a collaborator on history of experimental evolution

by | Nov 7, 2015 | Experimental Evolution, History of Science |

Hello this is Ralph Seelke, retired professor from the University of Wisconsin-Superior.  For years, I did experimental evolution for my research topic- I described my research as asking “what can evolution REALLY do??”.  My work contributed to the first research article in Bio-Complexity, numerous poster presentations, and was a lot of fun.
Now that I am retired, I would like to write a short history of experimental evolution- one that would review its major findings.  It could be a technical article, or one that is accessible to an educated lay audience (or two articles that do both)
I’m looking for a collaborator- one who would benefit professionally from this paper, and who might provide momentum for the project.
If you are interested, let me know!

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