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Real-time evolutionary response to climate warming: a multi-level approach in populations of contrasting biogeographical history. Pedro Miguel Simões, FCiências.ID - Associação para a Investigação e Desenvolvimento de Ciências (Fciências.ID). €237,828.
SALOMICS: Genetic and ecological drivers of reproductive mode shifts in salamanders: a comparative approach. Guillermo Velo Antón, Associação BIOPOLIS (BIOPOLIS). €232,987.
Mechanisms of reproductive allochrony in endemic Portuguese seabirds: implications for population divergence and response to climate change. Mónica Sérvulo Correia Carneiro da Silva, FCiências.ID - Associação para a Investigação e Desenvolvimento de Ciências (Fciências.ID). €239,262.
Host-dependent evolution, ecology and conservation of freshwater mussels under varying hydrological conditions: consequences of climate change. Joaquim Reis, FCiências.ID - Associação para a Investigação e Desenvolvimento de Ciências (Fciências.ID). €234,686.
Deforestation and Evolutionary Ecology of Parasites: Impacts of anthropogenic pressures on bird populations and infectious diseases in an insular context. claire loiseau, Associação BIOPOLIS (BIOPOLIS). €239,744.
Genomic footprints of the evolution of alternative life histories in lampreys. Catarina Sofia Pereira Mateus, Universidade de Évora (UE). €239,718.
Demographic Inference in Structured Populations. Lounas Chikhi, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (FCG). €239,983.
How and why species multiply? Disentangling the evolution of the mantellid frogs of Madagascar to unveil the determinants of species diversification. Angelica Crottini, Associação BIOPOLIS (BIOPOLIS). €239,852.
From diversity to efficiency - Uncovering how different strains adapt to the same environment and how we can direct evolution towards more efficient microorganisms. Isabel Gordo, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (FCG). €239,937.
Life in the desert: deciphering the genomic architecture of extreme-environment adaptation using North-African foxes. Maria Raquel Barata Godinho, Associação BIOPOLIS (BIOPOLIS). €239,514.