Category Archives: About BEACON

BEACON Top-Up Recruiting Fellowships at MSU

Call for NominationsNew Graduate StudentBEACON Top-Up Recruiting Fellowships Sponsored byThe BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in ActionAn NSF Science and Technology Center  One goal of BEACON is to initiate and support research and training activities that involve the … Continue reading

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2011 BEACON Annual Report

The 2011 Annual Report is now available, describing all the great research, education & outreach, knowledge transfer, and diversity initiatives that BEACONites have been doing over the past year! Click here to download the PDF.

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Announcing BEACON Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellows Program

Interested in joining BEACON as a postdoc? BEACON Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellows Program BEACON is an NSF Science and Technology Center headquartered at Michigan State University with partners at North Carolina A&T State University, University of Idaho, University of Texas at … Continue reading

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Final 2011 Congress Schedule

See the final version of the agenda for the 2011 BEACON congress: PDF File

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Second Annual All-BEACON Congress

The second All-BEACON Congress is being held August 10-12 at Michigan State University. Look to this space for more information. For current BEACON members who want to suggest meeting/tutorials ideas or present research results, please go to our internal wiki. … Continue reading

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BEACON’s artist-in-residence, Adam Brown

Did you know that BEACON has an artist-in-residence? Adam Brown, Associate Professor of Electronic Art and Intermedia at MSU, is working on an art exhibit that will demonstrate the concept of evolution in action. The project will be comprised of … Continue reading

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