Category Archives: Lab
Physics comedy blog xkcd has posted a simple and elegant figure depicting a horned lizard squirting blood (in color). Excerpt from the post: ”Horned lizards shoot jets of blood from their eyes for distances of up to five feet. I don’t know why they do this … Continue reading
Photo from the the 5th annual workshop on Computational Molecular Evolution. Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, UK.
Congratulations to Jamie Oaks on his recent NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. Jamie is joining our lab later this Summer after he finishes up his doctoral work at the University of Kansas. Jamie plans to continue his work on comparative phylogeography. … Continue reading
Try to describe your research using only the 1000 most common words using the “UP-GOER FIVE TEXT EDITOR” We study animals and how they came to be from the same animals and then changed over time into different ones. Some … Continue reading
Congratulations to undergraduate researcher Heidi Rockney – she was recently awarded a Mary Gates Research Scholarship for her work on African frogs. Way to go Heidi!