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EEC is back online!

19 January 2018|

As of 1/1/2018, Emanuel Fronhofer joins our team as a CNRS research scientist. Welcome, Emanuel! Visit his page and his personal website!

Phages and bacterial social evolution

4 November 2015|

A new article published by Marie Vasse, Clara Torres-Barceló and Michael Hochberg in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, shows how phage predators impact social dynamics in the pathogenic bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa. While predators

Tragedy of the Tragedy of the Commons

5 March 2015|

Michael Hochberg and James Brown have just published an essay on what would appear to be the irreversibility of the tragedy of the commons for humanity. Hochberg M.E. & Brown J.H. 2015. Tragedy of The

Fundamental Ecology is Fundamental

4 December 2014|

Michael Hochberg and collaborators have published an article in Trends in Ecology and Evolution on the importance of basic science. This paper stems from a symposium sponsored by the Société Française d'Ecologie at INTECOL in

Combined phage – antibiotic therapies

27 September 2014|

Clara Torres-Barceló and EEC colleagues have published an article in PLoS ONE, investigating the impact of combined phage-antibiotic treatments on the nosocomial pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Torres-Barceló C., Arias-Sanchez F., Vasse M., Ramsayer J., Kaltz O.

Phages and the Red Queen

1 August 2014|

Alex Betts and EEC colleagues have published an article in PNAS, investigating patterns of coevolution of the pathogenic bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa with various phages. See also here, and here. Betts, A., O. Kaltz, and M.