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- After nearly a decade, the Jurupa Oak is back in the news as concerns mount over housing development
- NPR Forum references Jeff’s illegal activities downloading papers as part of a discussion of publishing and the UC system
- JRI weighs in in the Smithsonian on recent work discussing maize in South America (also in Spanish.
- Scientific American asks for thoughts on work discussing the role of campesinos in maintaining evolutionarily relevant genetic diversity in maize.
- Emily talking about poylgenic adaptation
- Genome Biology does a nice video abstract on our paper on maize demography and load.
- Internationaler Ruhm! Eine schöne Beschreibung unseres Domestizierungsartikels.
- Mapping teosinte is apparently really important for… changing grant deadlines?
- Nice press on Michelle’s work on TEs in maize, including highlights on NSF research news.
- JRI on the TapRoot Podcast talking authorship and raining cockroaches.
- Though our contribution was tiny, still nice to see good press on the Turkey Pen ancient maize paper from Nature, Phys.org, and Science Daily
- Write-up in Science on Jeff’s talk at SMBE on lab preprint on genome size evolution.
- Press Release on the AGPv4 maize genome.
- JRI contributed to (but sadly not quoted in) an article on CIMMYT SeeDs.
- Spending too much time on twitter has reprecussions. Like having tweets menitoned in blog posts.
- Our collaboration on ancient maize gets good press in Nature, Science and popular press like the BBC and the Smithsonian
- JRI quoted in the Yolo Gardener for not knowing what he’s talking about
- Video of JRI speaking at JGI
- Paper on seed filling in domesticated maize highlighted by F1000
- Our paper on origins and evolution of ancient maize in the Southwest US got a fair amount of press, including UC Davis Press Release, Science World Report, Archaeology, SiNC, Science magazine, Nature Plants commentary, and The Scientist and was also highlighted in F1000
- Our work on highland maize adaptation is briefly mentioned in the Daily Democrat.
- Our 2011 paper on the geographical origins of maize shows up in a blog on Barbara McClintock’s discoveries as part of a movment to put her on the $10 bill.
- Interviews with the authors of our 2011 and 2012 papers on domestication for a UMN course on Crop Evolution.
- Phys.org runs press release on our Sweet4 paper.
- Scientific Collections International write on our work with Dolores Piperno and gene expression in teosinte grown in ancient climes.
- Our paper on drift and selection in maize highlighted by editors in Genetics and blogged about at [Haldane’s Sieve].
- JRI’s tweet on removing journal names quoted in this piece in Nature’s twitter gossip column
- Sofiane’s paper on deleterious mutations made the G3 Spotlight edition
- We blogged about our centromere work on Haldane’s Sieve
- Jeff is quoted in The Scientist discusing recent tomato resquencing work
- Our recent review on advances and limitations to using popgen to study local adaptation mentioned in a blog post at the Molecular Ecologist
- Jeff’s mild annoyance with the continued debate about one or two rice origins is noted in a quote in Nature. Why won’t anyone argue for seventeen origins?
- Our paper on the domesticaiton locus grassy tillers is highlighted in the PLoS Plant Trasnslational Research collection.
- Wills et al, Waters et al and Melters et al all higlighted by F1000
- Our paper on local adaptation in teosinte makes the cover at GBE
- We blogged about our paper on crop-wild introgression for Haldane’s Sieve and Panda’s Thumb
- UCD Press Release on the persepective piece on feeding the future.
- We blogged about our work on hybrid maize and centromere biology at Haldane’s Sieve
- DuPont press release mentioning Jeff’s DuPont Young Professor award.
- Science Friday interview with Jeff on our domestication work (in Spanish)
- In which Jeff learns not to let the publicists write quotes for him. In the UC Davis Press Release on the HapMap2 papers by Hufford et al. and Chia et al., Jeff is quoted as claiming the work will solve hunger, improve yield, create world peace. If only we’d had higher depth sequencing we could have solved the JFK assassination too.
- Nature commentary on our HapMap2 papers.
- HapMap2 papers make the cover of Nature Genetics
- Genome Web piece on our review of the challenges of crop genomics
- Our crip genomics review makes the cover of Nature Reviews Genetics
- Our review on teosinte makes the [cover](http://www.cell.com/trends/genetics/issue?pii=S0168-9525(12\)X0012-X) of Trends in Genetics
- U Wisconsin press release on identification of the causal transposable element behind the domestication gene tb1.
- Tony’s paper also highlighted by F1000
- Our paper on geographic origins in maize on the Agricultural Biodiversity Blog and the highlight of a Frontiers in Genetics Piece
- UC Davis piece on Jeff’s PECASE award.
- PLoS Biology commentary on our study of gene conversion in centromeres
- Nature commentary on maize HapMap 1.
- HapMap1 makes the cover of Science.
- Tons of press for our paper on an ancient oak clone, including wikipedia, NY Times, LA Times, CA Native Plant Society, Discovery News, blogs by Greg Laden and Ed Yong, and even a YouTube parody video!