Roberto Kolter did his academic warning at Carnegie-Mellon University, UC San Diego, and Stanford. Since 1983 he has been a faculty member of Harvard Medical School. A fanatic of food and wine, he enjoys burning those calories off in early morning runs along the Charles River in Boston. Stanley Maloy obtained his Ph.D. at the University of California at Irvine. He went on to do postdoctoral research at the University of Utah. He was on the faculty at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign for many years, and moved to San Diego State University in 2002. His favorite activity is thinking about science, but he also enjoys traveling and soaking his head in the ocean.
Introduction Darwin and Microbiology
Evolution in Action: A 50,000-Generation Salute to Charles Darwin
Minimal Genomes and Reducible Complexity
Lady Lumps's Mouthguard
Trying To Make Sense of the Microbial Census
The View from Below
Running Wild with Antibiotics
Bacteria Battling for Survival
Phage: An Important Evolutionary Force Darwin Never Knew
The Struggle for Existence: Mutualism
The Secret Social Lives of Microorganisms
Microbes and Microevolution
Bacterial Adaptation: Built-in Responses and Random Variations
The Impact of Differential Regulation on Bacterial Speciation
An Accidental Evolutionary Biologist: GASP, Long-Term Survival, and Evolution
How Bacteria Revealed Darwin's Mistake (and Got Me To Read On the Origin of Species)
The Role of Conjugation in the Evolution of Bacteria
Do Bacteria Have Sex?
Better than Sex
Darwin in My Lab: Mutation, Recombination, and Speciation
Unveiling Prochlorococcus: The Life and Times of the Ocean's Smallest Photosynthetic Cell
Deciphering the Language of Diplomacy: Give and Take in the Study of the Squid-Vibrio Symbiosis
The Tangled Banks of Ants and Microbes
Microbial Symbiosis and Evolution
Coevolution of Helicobacter pylori and Humans
The Library of Maynard-Smith: My Search for Meaning in the Protein Universe
In Pursuit of Billion-Year-Old Rosetta Stones
The Deep History of Life
A Glimpse into Microevolution in Nature: Adaptation and Speciation of Bacillus simplex from "Evolution Canyon"
On the Origin of Bacterial Pathogenic Species by Means of Natural Selection: A Tale of Coevolution
The Evolution of Diversity and the Emergence of Rules Governing Phenotypic Evolution
The Christmas Fungus on Christmas Island
A New Age of Naturalists
The Ship That Led to Shape
Irreducible Complexity? Not!
Many Challenges to Classifying Microbial Species
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