Published: Nov. 7, 2015


This year marks the 13th annual Ecogen meeting. It has attracted 125 attendees from over 20 states, who were welcomed by this amazing sunset on Friday.  At the meeting, Stacey spoke about new results about the mechanisms of the convergent evolution of white flowers in Iochrominae, which has been the focus of Dan, Winnie and Andrea's work, along with several undergraduates.  There were many great talks, and it was wonderful to catch up with our close colleague Diana Pilson from UNL (below).  You can read about the happenings at Ecogen on Twitter under hashtag #EGSym2015