Gonzalo Giribet Takes Part In International Research Team
September 16, 2009
Gonzalo Giribet is part of an international research team using scalable phylogenomic methods to place the Acoelomorph flatworms as a sister clade to other bilaterally symmetric animals. The results appear in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Botanical_What a great opportunity! The 2020 Evolution, Ecology Environment REU is accepting applications from a diverse group of undergrads for an immersive research experience. This 10-week paid residential internship is at Harvard’s Cambridge campus next summer. t.co/FIywVfEeqo
HarvardOEBIt's #tbt and we visit some work by one of our PhD Students that's still making headlines!
Roopkund Lake is a small body of water nestled deep in the Himalayan mountains miles above sea level. The Lake sits… t.co/NlrkFuvCwt