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The Institute of Ecology and Evolution (IE²) facilitates research and graduate education in ecology and evolutionary biology. The institute fosters a collegial and stimulating intellectual environment for world-class research in molecular evolution, evolutionary genetics, evolution of development, and microbial, population, community, and ecosystems ecology.

IE² maintains close ties to the UO Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geography, Geology, and Landscape Architecture, as well as the Institutes for Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, and Marine Biology.Together, IE²’s students and faculty are working in the laboratory and the field to address fundamental and applied questions about the organization and history of life on earth.

In IE² News

Hank Greely – “De-extinction: How, WHy, and Whether” Seminar: 27 April at 7pm in 182 Lillis Hall

GrEBES presents: De-Extinction Hank Greely – “De-extinction: How, WHy, and Whether” Seminar: 27 April at 7pm in 182 Lillis Hall   The Graduate Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Students (GrEBES) are pleased to present our annual Spring Public Seminar Series.  This year we explore the ... Read More

Graduate Rotation Talks: Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Graduate Rotation Talks 331 Klamath Hall Tuesday, 7 June 2016     2:00 PM Paul Reed/IEE Roy 2:15 Anna Lakunina/ION Ahmadian 2:30 Michelle Sconce/IMB Guillemin 2:45 Austin Harvey/IMB Selker 3:00 Nicole Paterson/IMB Prehoda

GrEBES seminar: April 6, 7PM, 150 Columbia

GrEBES presents: De-Extinction Dr. Jack Horner – “How to Make Living Dinosaurs and Unicorns” Seminar: 6 April at 7pm in 150 Columbia Hall The Graduate Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Students (GrEBES) are pleased to present our annual Spring Public Seminar Series. This year we explore the ... Read More