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An ode to graduate students

Last week I saw two of my graduate students successfully defend their PhDs. This is wonderful and exciting, and I am delighted that they are both moving on to post-doctoral research positions in other places. 287 more words

Laboratory News

A naturalist and his moquitoes

This is another in the “meet the lab” series – here’s a feature by MSc student Chris Cloutier:

I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t fascinated by the world of creepy crawly things. 741 more words

Arthropod Research

Meet Shaun Turney and Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping

This is another in the series of “Meet the arthropod ecology lab“: Meet PhD student Shaun Turney, and a neat project he’s been working on… 588 more words

Laboratory News

Meet the lab: Elyssa Cameron

Here’s another in the “Meet the lab” series – written by Master’s student Elyssa Cameron.

Like many in my field, my love of nature and the creatures which inhabit it began much earlier than I can remember. 625 more words

Arthropod Research

Trophic cascades in fragmented forests

Many birds eat insects and spiders. Some of these insects and spider are themselves predators, feeding on critters lower down in the food web. Some of the insects that are fed upon by birds, or other predators, also play important roles in forest, such as munching upon the fresh, green leaves of young trees ( 774 more words

Arthropod Research

The Scientists' Newspaper: Can we stop Ebola?

Through my research I have found a scientist’s newspaper: “Laboratory News, The Scientists’ Newspaper”/ September 2014 / http://www.labnews.co.uk. Can we Stop Ebola?”

This newspaper have a lot of good information about Ebola. 163 more words

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