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I have just started work at the Centre for Theoretical Biology in Gothenburg (Hi Staffan!). I will be working (probably for a year) on phylogenetic methods for dealing with allopolyploids. I will mainly be working from my home in Scotland, with regular visits to Sweden.
This is all very new to me. As I say here I have been self-employed since finishing my PhD back in 1983. In lots of ways - new science, getting used to academia and being employed, new people, new places - I have been on a steep learning curve over the past couple of months, and that will continue for some time, not leaving much room for Azimuth.
I wasn't actually looking for a job - someone found my website and invited me to apply. When I told a biologist friend this, one of her comments was `bloody mathematicians!'. Mere biologists struggle long and hard to find research positions.
More details on the project itself.