New publication!

We are very happy to share our new publication that appeared today in Methods in Ecology and Evolution. We are currently working on a blog post for this article. Stay … Continue Reading →

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Paid internship opportunity!

Are you a master student? Do you want to work with us for two months starting September or October 2017? You can find all the information in this link. Application … Continue Reading →


Congratulations Vivien on being awarded a F.I. PhD fellowship!

We are very happy and very proud of Vivien Hórvath that has recently been awarded an F.I. PhD fellowship. Vivien joined the lab two years ago, thanks to an Erasmus+ … Continue Reading →


Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the ERC!

The European Commission established the ERC in 2007 with the mission to encourage excellent frontier research in Europe through competitive funding, supporting top researchers across all fields and of any … Continue Reading →


1st AdaptNet workshop in València

On the 9th and 10th March 2017, members of AdaptNet network met in València to attend the first workshop on Adaptation Bionformatics. The workshop hosted by Fernando González-Candelas (UV) included practical … Continue Reading →


Congratulations Miriam on winning a Young Investigator Travel award for SMBE 2017

We are very happy that Miriam Merenciano, a second year PhD student at González Lab, has been awarded a Young Investigator Travel award for SMBE 2017. This year SMBE meeting will … Continue Reading →


GonzálezLab at YOMO!

  During this week, the  Youth Mobile festival YOMO, an event of the Mobile World Congress, is taking place in Barcelona. Students will experience over 13,000sqm of eye-popping, hair-raising science … Continue Reading →


Dr. González appointed as ESEB Council member

The European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB) is an academic society that brings together more than 1,400 evolutionary biologists from Europe and the rest of the world – researchers, academic … Continue Reading →


Our citizen science project at EvoKE2017

LCATM and González Lab citizen science project Melanogaster: Cath The Fly! was presented at the first european meeting aiming to promote “EVOlutionary Knowledge for Everyone” (EvoKE2017) that was held from the 6th to the 8th February 2017 … Continue Reading →


In defense of science

We are deeply concerned by the Trump administration’s move to gag scientists working at various governmental agencies. The US government employs scientists working on medicine, public health, agriculture, energy, space, clean water and … Continue Reading →