EEOB graduate student, Rob Denton, was co-first author on a paper published in Genome Biology and Evolution that has gotten a bit of press lately.
Rich Bradley, EEOB Associate Professor Emeritus, will be attending the annual meeting of the American Arachnological Society which is meeting in Juriquilla, in the state of Querétaro, in north-central Mexico from 24-28 July 2017.
Growth and fecundity of fertile Miscanthus × giganteus (“PowerCane”) compared to feral and ornamental Miscanthus sinensis in a common garden experiment: Implications for invasion.
Maria N. Miriti, Tahir Ibrahim, Destiny Palik, Catherine Bonin, Emily Heaton, Evans Mutegi, Allison A.
The Chavez Lab started field work in the North Cascades of Washington. They are studying hybridization in tree squirrels and trying to understand the role of ecology and behavioral divergence in the evolution of reproductive isolation.
Cody Cardenas, an EEOB Undergraduate student, is helping teach children at the Engaging with Insects Bug Camp 2017 with the Triplehorn Insect Collection and 4H, this week.