Congratulations to PhD candidate Andrea Appleton (Elena Kramer, Advisor) awarded the American Society of Plant Taxonomists Graduate Student Research Grant for her project titled "Independent evolution of novel structures in closely related clades."
The Jacob Wendell Scholarship Prize, which was established in 1899 by bequest of Jacob Wendell, is awarded to a Harvard College sophomore identified by the selection committee as the most promising and broad-ranging scholar in his or her class.
A new study in Rhodora examined the use of marine lichens to assess water pollution levels in the Boston Harbor. The study led by Liam F. Nokes, a former student at Arlington High School who was working in Donald H. Pfister's lab, suggests that marine lichens could prove useful as bioindicators of ocean pollution, and established a plan for a state fungus. Nokes' (now a student at Dartmouth) proposal is currently under review by...
Congratulations to PhD candidate Andrea Appleton (Kramer Lab) recipient of the National Science Foundation: Graduate Research Fellowship Program Award for her project, "Evolution of morphological novelty within a conserved developmental program."
Congratulations to Professor Scott V. Edwards elected as a member of the Royal Physiographic Society of Lund, Sweden. The award is in honor of Professor Edwards scientific achievements and scientific collaboration with University of Lund researchers.
Congratulations to PhD candidate Alexandria (Ali) Pete (Kramer Lab) recipient of the National Science Foundation: Graduate Research Fellowship Program Award for her project, "Biochemical evolution of DICER-like functions in phasiRNA production."
HarvardOEBOEB is excited to be back in the field! Check out all of our faculty, students, and researchers travels including fieldtrips, conferences, and alumni tours! We don't take summer off! t.co/Y08Pn9bJF6