Here is a link to a paper by Chris Baraloto and collaborators that will be published in Nature this Friday.
Congratulations to Emily Warschefsky, and her advisor, Eric von Wettberg, for their 20K DDIG award: DISSERTATION RESEARCH: Evolution and domestication genetics of the mango”.
Phil Stoddard has received notification from NSF that he has been recommended for a 3 year $485K award. This is a continuation of his lab's behavioral work on weakly electric fishes entitled "Paradoxical Regulation of Signal Reliability". Congratulations to Phil!
Please join us for Plant Talk this Wednesday, 1 April 2015. The presentation will be Dr. Javier Francisco-Ortega’s “The making of the first flora of Puerto Rico in the late 19th Century."
Dr Darold Batzer from the University of Georgia will speak on "The Floodplain Continuum: A template for understanding how floodplain ecology changes from the mountains to the sea." The seminar is free and open to the public.
Dr. Michael Gonsior, University of Maryland, will present a seminar on "Ultrahigh Resolution Mass Spectrometry versus Excitation Emission Matrix fluorescence - What do we know about the molecular composition of marine chromophoric dissolved organic matter?"
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