What is the next big challenge in evolution? Does serendipity ever play a role in your work? How did you become interested in evolution? Full interview
Associate Professor Josh Mylne started his scientific career in plant genetics, but diversified to later join the faculty of the School of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of Western Australia where his new lab studies protein evolution and herbicides. He is fond of the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana and fine ales, has three wild sons and coaches the giant-slaying Neddies Under 10s rugby team.