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Theory, Evolution, and Games Group Blog recognised as one of Canada's top 12 science blogs


DPhil student Artem Kaznatcheev's Theory, Evolution, and Games Group Blog (TheEGG) has been nominated by Science Borealis as one of Canada's top 12 science blogs. Readers can vote for TheEGG until 14 October and the people's choice award winner will be announced at the start of November.

Science Borealis features science bloggers located in Canada - and Canadians located abroad - who share a commitment to respect, support and encouragement of science communication in Canada, and engage passionately and critically with science. It has selected 12 blogs from nearly 200 Canadian science blogs and sites as a shortlist for the people's choice award.

TheEGG is primarily written by Artem Kaznatcheev, but also features guest posts from over 17 other academics, including Daniel Nichol (CS DPhil). It focuses on algorithmic biology, evolutionary game theory, mathematical oncology and topics on the philosophical and social impact of science and technology.

Artem joined Oxford last year and is currently a Graduate Teaching and Research Scholar in Computer Science at Oriel. His DPhil is focused on algorithmic biology and the extended evolutionary synthesis. Find out more on his blog:

He was previously in Canada at McGill University and University of Waterloo, and in the USA at the Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute.

You can find out more about Science Borealis and the blog vote at: