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- "Dissecting cognitive processing in a miniature brain: Lessons from honey bees"November 23, 2020 — NoonWebinar
- “Why are bats so diverse? Insights from comparative anatomy, biomechanics, and behavioral studies”November 30, 2020 — NoonWebinar
- Prospective Student Informational Q&A Session December 3, 2020 — 5 p.m.Zoom
November 19, 2020
When Meghan Martin ’21, a biochemistry and American Sign Language double major, was a sophomor ...
October 1, 2020
Doctors often treat ear infections, strep throat, and urinary tract infections with antibiotics that ...
August 17, 2020
A new study led by Douglas Portman, an associate professor of biomedical genetics, of biology, and o ...
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I am interested in a wide range of topics in genome evolution and specifically, in the evolution of the Tritia obsoleta genome. Tritia obsoleta, known as eastern mudsnail, is a species we can easily find around us – it is distributed along the Northwest Atlantic and Pacific coast of North America... Read more >
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