Friday, December 1, there’s no leader or paper to discuss. We’ll be talking about indigenous knowledge, science education and the role of culture in science. It should be an interesting discussion! See you at O’Bannon’s at 4 pm.
Friday, October 20, we’ll be reading about invertebrate invasions. The deep thinker and meticulous Zachary Hancock will be leading the discussion. See you at O’Bannon’s at 4pm.
… Friday, October 6, Gaston Jofre will be leading us through a promising comparative genomic discussion between humans and honey bees, that can possibly help us understand the conservation of autism-related genes. Super interesting! Join us. [Shpliger et al 2017]
This week’s journal club paper is about eBird, a successful citizen science project that has provided useful data for wide applications reaching from conservation to biogeography. We’re meeting at 4pm on Friday, in MSC 1401. Hope to see you there! Get the paper. [Wood, C. et al. (2011) eBird: Engaging birders in science and conservation. PLoS Biology 9(12):e1001220.]