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Read the latest news and updates from the Biology department.

Carly Phillips in front of mountains
April 18, 2019

The Biology Seminar Series of Spring 2019 concludes with Carly Phillips' talk, "Climate change science in a rapidly warming Alaska."

Melissa DeBiasse with laptop in server room
April 11, 2019

The Biology Seminar Series of Spring 2019 continues with Melissa DeBiasse's talk, "Boring sponges and glowing ctenophores: using genomes to understand how marine invertebrates respond to their environment within minutes and over millions of years."

List of Biology Honors Presentations
April 4, 2019

Seven of our Biology seniors will be presenting their honors theses to the department.

Gretchen North and students spelling BROME out
April 4, 2019

The Occidental Weekly newspaper featured an article on the Biology department's research.

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March 29, 2019

The Biology Senior Comps Presentations will be held in Fowler 207 and Fowler 209 on Saturday, April 6th, 2019.

Ryan Freedman on boat with diving gear
March 28, 2019

The Biology Seminar Series of Spring 2019 continues with Ryan Freedman's talk, "Restoration in the Urban Landscape: Building Effective Fish Nurseries."

Jennifer Zee holding dog in front of art
March 21, 2019

The Biology Seminar Series of Spring 2019 continues with Jennifer Zee's talk, "The Best of Both Worlds: Interdisciplinary Careers in Art and Biology."

Erica Hutchins smiling in front of city skyline
March 14, 2019

The Biology Seminar Series of Spring 2019 continues with Erica Hutchins' talk, "Unraveling the mechanisms of the epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition during neural crest development in the chick embryo."

Ship towing whale carcass in the ocean
March 5, 2019

Professor Shana Goffredi was featured in an article in The New Yorker in which she discusses the fascinating role of Osedax worms on decaying whale falls.

Sasha Wright smiling
February 28, 2019

The Biology Seminar Series of Spring 2019 continues with Sasha Wright's talk, "Biodiversity, ecosystem function, and 'collaboration' in plant communities."

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