July 2019

Welcome to Dwayne Evans, graduate student in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences training program!

July 2019

Check out Cassandra’s feature in Sinfonía celular with Gemma Marfany in El Nactional.CAT

July 2019

Check out Extavour lab research data featured in Science News! Why some insect eggs are spherical while others look like hot dogs.

July 2019

Check out Cassandra, Sam and Seth’s work featured in Ecology, Not Physics, Explains Diversity of Insect Eggs – The Scientist! Article here

July 2019

Check out Cassandra discussing published work about how ecology predicts egg shape and size in the Harvard Gazette! Article here

July 2019

Cassandra Extavour, the biologist using insect eggs to overturn evolutionary doctrine! A news feature in Nature. Article here

June 2019

Sam and Seth’s paper on insect egg size and shape evolution has been published in Nature! PDF

June 2019

Welcome to Nicole Marquez, an E3 REU Program participant from the University of Puerto Rico – Cayey!

April 2019

Welcome to Beatrice Steinert, a Masters student in OEB!

February 2019

Read an interview with Cassandra on her career path and new responsibility as an Academic Editor of Development.

 

February 2019

Joe‘s paper on transgenerational inheritance of nutritionally plastic life history phenotypes is accepted for publication in Proceedings of the Royal Society B ! PDF

January 2019

Welcome to Guillem Ylla, a postdoc who will be working on arthropod bioinformatics!

January 2019

Carrie‘s paper on the evolution of sex-biased gene expression in Drosophila is accepted for publication in BMC Evolutionary Biology! PDF

January 2019

Carrie’s paper on the dynamic molecular evolution of animal germ line genes is accepted for publication in BMC Evolutionary Biology!

January 2019

Sam and Seth‘s paper describing the creation of a dataset of over 10,000 measurements of insect egg shapes and sizes is accepted for publication at Scientific Data!

November 2018

Sam and Seth’s preprint presenting evidence for the hypothesis that ecology, rather than allometric or developmental constraints drive the evolution of insect egg morphology is now available on bioRxiv! [PDF]

November 2018

Didem’s preprint describing the resuts of our first studies on Hawaiian Drosophila is now available on bioRxiv! [PDF]

October 2018

Leo and Tamsin’s preprint suggesting that horizontal transfer of bacterial DNA contributed to the birth of the oskar gene is now available on bioRxiv! [PDF]

October 2018

Farewell and congratulations to Diede de Haan, who is off to become a PhD student at the Weizmann Institute in the Gal lab!

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