Creativity springs from unusual pairings! Check out Cassandra’s feature in the Boston Globe.
Arpita’s paper on the “Shared cell biological functions may underlie pleiotropy of gene regulatory modules in the germ lines and nervous systems of animals” is now posted on Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution!
This is what a scientist looks like! Check out Cassandra’s feature in the Harvard Gazette about the “I Am A Scientist” project. Article here
Check out Cassandra featured in I Am A Scientist. A campaign to empower the next generation of STE(A)M. The People’s Science.
Guillem’s new preprint titled “Insights into the genomic evolution of insects from cricket genomes” has been posted to bioRxiv!
Sam’s new preprint on the evolution of insect ovaries has been posted to bioRxiv!
Check out Extavour Lab research on the oskar origins featured in A gene with an unexpected origin! – A 2020 Cool Paper
Congrats to Dwayne Evans on his episode on the My Fave Queer Chemist Podcast!
Horizontal helper! Check out Cassandra and Leo’s feature in the Harvard Gazette discussing how oskar plays a critical role in the creation of germ cells in some insects.
Cassandra was named a Harvard College Professor for her contributions to research, mentoring and teaching at Harvard. Read the entire article here.
Welcome to Fini Just, graduate student in OEB!
Sam and Cassandra‘s piece on null hypotheses in evo-devo has been published in Development! PDF
Extavour Lab highlighted by video Wiki “5 Laboratories Conducting Important Biology Research”
Leo and Tamsin‘s work on the role of horizontal gene transfer in the birth of the oskar gene been published in eLife! PDF
Welcome to Emily Rivard, graduate student in MCB!
Welcome to Jonchee Kao, graduate student in MCB!
Welcome to Nina Chung, Arthropod Care Assistant & Undergraduate Student at Harvard College!
Carrie and Arpita’s paper on the “Evidence of multifaceted functions of codon usage in translation within the model beetle Tribolium castaneum” is now in press in DNA Research! PDF
Welcome to Ivy Tran, Undergraduate Student at Harvard College!
Arpita‘s chapter on the “The Cricket Gryllus bimaculatus” has been published in Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation, Volume 68! PDF