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Evolution’s New EraRochester biologists are leaders in a paradigm shift as scientists explore an evolutionary arms race that’s not between organisms but within them.By Lindsey Valich
genesEVOLVING STRENGTHS: Together, the research programs led by biologists (left to right) Jack Werren, Daven Presgraves, John Jaenike, Amanda Larracuente, and Tom Eickbush have established Rochester as one of the world’s leading centers for understanding the ways in which some genetic elements seem to defy the expectations of evolutionary biology. (Photo: J. Adam Fenster) More . . .

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