In the Media

The bull Y chromosome has evolved to bully its way into gametes.
November 18, 2020. Science Daily.

Largest set of mammalian genomes reveals species at risk of extinction.
November 11, 2020. Science Daily.

Humans and Neanderthals: Less different than polar and brown bears.
June 3, 2020.

Cats in trees.
July 12, 2019. Science.

The palaeontology of rocks and clocks and zombie lineages.
April 11, 2018. The Guardian

Scientific advisor for the article “Out of the Shadows, the Wildcats You’ve Never Seen”
In National Geographic Magazine, February 2017 issue.

Ligers and Tigons, oh my! Cat lineage littered with interbreeding.
January 15, 2016. LiveScience

“Puzzle of Darwin’s ‘strangest animals’ finally solved”.
March 18, 2015. Science

“‘I can haz genomes’: cats claw their way into genetics”.
January 14, 2015. Nature news

“The genes that turned wildcats into kitty cats”.
November 10, 2014. Science

“Cat genome reveals clues to domestication”.
November 10, 2014. ScienceDaily

Article cited as one of “Three Revolutions in Tree building”
pp 186-187 in Aristotle’s Ladder, Darwin’s Tree: The Evolution of Visual Metaphors for Biological Order (J.D. Archibald, 2014).

Article cited in Extinction and Radiation: How the Fall of Dinosaurs Led to the Rise of Mammals
J.D. Archibald, 2011, Johns Hopkins University Press.

“How dataset creates the mammal tree of life”
September 29, 2011.

“Researchers develop first ever evolutionary ‘Tree of Life’ for mammals”.
September 23, 2011. Sify News

“Tigers evolved with snow leopards, gene study reveals”.
February 12, 2010. BBC

“No genome left behind”.
November 6, 2009. Science News Focus

“Cousin who? Gliding mammals may be primates’ nearest kin”.
October 31, 2007. Science News

“Flying lemurs are primates’ closest kin”.
November 1, 2007. National Geographic News

“Gliding mammal linked to humans”.
November 2, 2007. BBC news

“Gliders in the family”.
November 2, 2007. Student Science

“Flying mammal is closest primate relative”.
November 7, 2007. New Scientist

“Few new species emerged after dinosaur’s demise”.
March 28, 2007. New York Times

“The History of Chromosomes May Shape the Future of Diseases”.
August 30, 2005. The New York Times.

“Modern phylogeneticists branch out”.
June 2, 2003. The Scientist

“Cats and humans share similar X chromosomes”.
April 21, 2000. Genome News Network

“Why cats are seXY”.
December 27, 1999. EurekAlert!