Leila Siciliano-Martina (EEB student, Light and Lawing Labs) will be defending her dissertation proposal Monday, May 13 at 12:00 pm in WFES 336 and everyone is invited to attend the public portion of the proposal defense. Her talk title is Unintended Morphological Impacts of Captivity Summary: The morphological differences that exist between captive and wild populations have […]
. . . Friday, November 8. This week Emma Lehmberg will present a paper discussing the collective intelligence of slime molds. Come join the discussion at O'Bannon's at 4PM on Friday. Hope to see everyone there!