Trends in Evolutionary Biology

Trends in Evolutionary Biology is an online-only Open Access peer-reviewed journal, publishing articles that span the breadth of modern evolutionary biology. Articles can range in scope from the origin of life to the evolutionary diversification of life and of biomacromolecules, from experimental evolution to evolutionary bioinformatics.
Trends in Evolutionary Biology publishes original articles, brief reports, editorials and commentaries, review articles, and book reviews.

New Editor-in-Chief appointed
PAGEPress is proud to announce that Dr. Dirk Steinke has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of Trends in Evolutionary Biology. We are confident that Dr. Steinke, as the new Editor-in-Chief, will be able to promote and develop Trends in Evolutionary Biology, making it an important point of reference for researchers in the field.

The staff of Trends in Evolutionary Biology would like to renew its thanks to the previous Editors-in-Chief and to the former Editorial Board Members for their leadership, wishing them all the best for the future research and scientific work.
Dr. Steinke graduated in Ecology & Evolution at the Johann-Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt and did his PhD in Evolutionary Biology at the University of Konstanz. In 2006, he moved to Canada and joined the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario at the University of Guelph, the birthplace of DNA barcoding. His research focuses on molecular evolution of aquatic organisms, genome evolution of vertebrates, and various applications of DNA barcoding. Over the years Dr. Steinke has also established himself as a writer for a wide scientific and non-scientific audience. He runs a successful blog on biodiversity science and DNA barcoding, and writes frequently for a various magazines and news outlets.
Message from the New Editor-in-Chief

You can't even begin to understand biology, you can't understand life, unless you understand what it's all there for, how it arose - and that means evolution.
Richard Dawkins

New technological advances and the availability of ‘big data’ enable us to probe deep into the origin of life and to further understand evolutionary processes. The past few decades have seen rapid progress in aspects of both molecular and non-molecular evolution. Consequently, the number of publications dealing with evolutionary questions has grown.

Doubtless, there are numerous journals in the field of evolutionary biology but only a fraction are real open access and only a few show a representative cross-section of modern evolutionary biology. This makes TEB special as it covers both and we are determined to use this restart to establish the journal among the leaders in the field, attractive to potential authors, and source of noted, high-quality contributions.

I am very excited to be part of this new start of TEB and I hope you will consider our journal for your next manuscript submission.

Dirk Steinke

Latest articles published

Editorials & Articles
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Amanda L. Robertson, Diana E. Wolf
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Jun-Hoe Lee, Kiew-Lian Wan, Adura Mohd-Adnan, Toni Gabaldón
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Lothar Wissler, Lars Godmann, Erich Bornberg-Bauer
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Lei-Lei Zhan
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Sami Saeed M. Hassan, Eihab Idris
Book Reviews
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