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- February 28, 3 p.m.
Dr. Corrie Moreau
“Piecing together the puzzle to understand the evolution of the ants: Macroevolution to Microbiomes”Hutchison 316
- March 2, Noon
Dr. Steve Horvath
“Epigenetic clock studies in mammals”Lander Auditorium - Hutchison 140
- March 2, 2 p.m.
"Meiotic drive and rapid genome evolution in Drosophila"1400 Wegmans Hall
February 13, 2020
Ching-Ho Chang, a graduate student in the Larracuente lab, is a recipient of the DeLill Nasser ...
Meyer Lab joins Helen Arney, the Waterbeach Brass Band and chemists from around the world in an updated version of Tom Lehrer's Elements Song, from Chemistry World
December 10, 2019
Members of the Meyer Lab present Calcium (1:29)
September 27, 2019
According to a recent analysis published in the journal Science, the number of birds in the United S ...
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I study wing plasticity in pea aphids. Females of this species can be either winged or wingless, depending on the environment their mother experienced – a mother aphid living on a plant that’s crowded with lots of aphids will produce winged daughters that can fly away to find a new host plant... Read more >
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