The 45th Carnival of Evolution has been up for a while now, but we've been busy with other things. Our contribution for this carnival comes from Jakob Brodersen, writing about species reversal in whitefish.
This edition of the Carnival has a bug theme, but our contribution did not. As a token of apology, here's a bug photo I took a couple of years back, in Brazil.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
A Carnival of Bugs
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Histories of Stickleback Research - Tom Reimchen
Retrospection - by Prof. Tom Reimchen (University of Victoria, BC, Canada) I was a second year undergraduate student at the University of A...
As an editor, reviewer, supervisor, committee member, and colleague, I have read countless papers and proposals and have seen similarly co...
By Dan Bolnick This past month, The American Naturalist published what I hope is the final step in the Editorial Board's evaluation of w...
Becoming a new professor is exciting. You are at last the captain of your own research. You pick who you want to work with, what you want t...
Post a Comment