Emeritus Professor Tod Stuessy, past Director of the OSU Herbarium, has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Concepción in Chile. The award ceremony was held on August 8, 2018 in the Pinacoteca (art museum) of the university.
Genome-specific histories of divergence and introgression between an allopolyploid unisexual salamander lineage and two ancestral sexual species
Students in the EEOB 5930 Biology of Fishes at Stone Lab learned about the anatomy, taxonomy, physiology, phylogeny, and behavior of the entire class of fishes (lancelets to ocean sunfish) from SENR professor Dr.
Please join us on Friday, July 20 from 2-4 pm in Aronoff 104 for poster presentations by the EEOB REU students. They have done fantastic work in their short time here!
EEOB Professor and Museum of Biological Diversity Director, Meg Daly discusses the lifespan of a lobster with NBC 4.
Greg Lipps, a Program manager in EEOB and the Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Coordinator for the Ohio Biodiversity Conservation Partnership, discussed vernal pools with the Toledo Blade.