Martin Nowak collaborated with Edinburgh and John Hopkin's Universities to create 3D models of solid tumors that explain the evolution of cancer cells. The study is described in the current issue of Nature. ...
Peter Girguis is aboard the EV Nautilus exploring the seafloor off the coast of Southern California. You can join Prof. Girguis and the crew LIVE! The EV Nautilus will be broadcasting live HD video from the seafloor until the expedition ends on August 9th, 2015.
Jonathan Losos studied virtually every known specimen of anole lizard fossilized in amber and discovered the green anole lizard has maintained a stable ecological habitat for millions of years. The study, led by Emma Sherratt, former postdoctoral fellow in the Losos lab, is described in the current issue of Proceeding of the National...
Andrew Richardson, and Margaret Kosmala, postdoctoral fellow in the Richardson lab, have teamed up with colleagues at the National Ecological Observatory Network to create Season Spotter, a citizen-science project aimed to get internet users to help researchers analyze images of natural scenes and track climate change. Full story.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Ricardo Perez de la Fuente (Farrell Lab) is part of a new international study that found pollination in an extinct group of flies preserved in Spanish amber for more than a hundred million years. Full story.
Mary Caswell Stoddard, Harvard Society Junior Fellow working in Scott Edwards' lab, looks to engineering, computers, physics and genetics to crack the mystery of the egg's remarkable structure. Full story.
Pardis Sabeti's latest paper in Cell describes the analysis of the data of the Ebola virus genomes sequenced by the global team and made publicly available during the Ebola outbreak in Western Africa. Full story.
InvertebratePalIt is a real privilege to have the opportunity to work with amazing & creative students😃 Today's graded chalk talk delivered via Zoom w/ paper puppets about trilobite reproductive ecology is definitely one of the highlights of teaching @HarvardOEB to date 🤩 t.co/gcbtkpeXcy
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