Paleontologists typically reconstruct past behavior by assuming that function follows form.
Congratulations Seth Finnegan and Lee Hsiang Liow on receiving the the 2016-17 Peder Sather Grant Program Award: Dissecting The Timing, Ecological Signature, And Environmental Context Of The Largest Biodiversification In Earth History.
Three ordinary people take on challenges to try to understand what they really are. In this episode the volunteers are led to an amazing realization about the nature of life itself.
Recently accepted Integrative Biology Graduate student Jesus Martinez-Gomez found his passion for science in his undergraduate career at The University of Washington. Due to their head start program the UW empowered students like Jesus Martinez-Gomez to do original science and research as undergraduates.
Tipping Point for Planet Earth–How Close are We to the Edge?,” is happening at 5:30 p.m. in Rooms D-E, UCR Extension Center, 1200 University Avenue, Riverside, Calif.Anthony D. Barnosky, a professor of integrative biology at UC Berkeley, and Elizabeth A.
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the Kimura Motoo Foundation, we have created the Kimura Motoo Award. The executive committee has selected the most outstanding scientist, as a recipient, from each of four research fields of evolutionary biology; population genetics, molecular phylogeny, molecular evolution and evolutionary genomics, and human evolution. Population Genetics- Dr.
BERKELEY, CA – I-House alumni and friends will gather March 31st under the iconic dome of International House Berkeley for its 28th Annual Celebration and Awards Gala. The evening is the largest annual fundraising event for the non-profit which for 86 years has promoted intercultural respect and understanding in the local community and to its residential community of nearly 600 students from around the world and across the U.S.
“A bromance can be a good thing,” said lead author Elizabeth Kirby, who started work on the study while a doctoral student at UC Berkeley and continued it after assuming a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford. “Males are getting a bad rap when you look at animal models of social interactions, because they are assumed to be instinctively aggressive. But even rats can have a good cuddle – essentially a male-male bromance – to help recover from a bad day.”