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Read the latest news and updates from the Biology department.

Sarah Traiger diving in kelp forest
November 7, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series continues with Sarah Traiger's talk, "Kelp forests and climate change: how do kelp communities respond to and shape their environment?"

Eleinis Ávila-Lovera with tree
October 31, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series continues with Eleinis Ávila-Lovera's talk, "Comparative Functional Ecology of photosynthetic stems and leaves: Key takeaways from arid ecosystems."

Portrait of Chris Hunter
October 23, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series continues with Chris Hunter's talk, "Tracking host-pathogen interactions."

Carlos de la Rosa portrait
October 14, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series continues with Carlos de la Rosa's talk, "20/20 Vision and the Nature of the Conservation Conversation."

Maren Arling in front of plants and brick wall
October 3, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series continues with Maren Lillian Arling's talk, "Chemical-induced Gene Expression System to Activate Embryogenesis."

Joe Parker with specimen
September 25, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series continues with Joe Parker's talk, "Convergent Evolution of a Social Symbiosis: Beetles vs Ants."

Stephen Smith portrait with trees
September 18, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series continues with Stephen Smith's talk, "The Thought Process of a Cell: Modeling Information Flow Through Signal Transduction Networks."

Allison Schultz with tanager specimens
September 5, 2019

The Fall 2019 Biology Seminar Series commences with Allison Schultz's talk, "Male and female plumage evolution in the tanagers: a mosaic of natural and sexual selection."

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."

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