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April 24, 2021
Multiple concurrent and convergent stages of genome reduction in bacterial symbionts across a stink bug family

Alejandro Otero-Bravo & Zakee L. Sabree. 2021. Scientific Reports volume 11,…

April 24, 2021

Rachelle Adams, assistant professor of EEOB, discusses new research on Indian jumping ants that shows they can undergo dramatic reversible changes previously unknown in insects. Read the article…

April 24, 2021

Some snake venom is more complex than others: it all depends on the meal it is paired with. New research co-authored by Lisle Gibbs, professor of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology, is…

March 24, 2021
Rapid stress hardening in the Antarctic midge improves male fertility by increasing courtship success and preventing the decline of accessory gland proteins following cold exposure

Oluwaseun M.…

March 24, 2021

Alexandra Cabanelas-Bermudez, an EEOB Graduate Student in Elizabeth Marschall's lab, was awarded the 2021 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF). The GRF Program…

March 3, 2021

EEOB grad student, Ryan McCarthy, EEOB alumni, John Ballas, and other members of the OSU chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration were featured on the SER website for their restoration…

March 2, 2021

EEOB Associate Professor, Maria Miriti, asks educators to consider how the very foundations of our disciplines depend on people’s marginalization. She is featured in the second episode of the…

February 26, 2021
Bumble bee species distributions and habitat associations in the Midwestern USA, a region of declining diversity

Jessie Lanterman Novotny, Paige Reeher, Megan Varvaro, Andrew Lybbert, Jesse Smith…

February 18, 2021

Imran Razik, an EEOB graduate student in Gerry Carter's lab, observed a female vampire bat adopting an unrelated pup after the baby's mother died. The 2 adult bats were close social partners.…