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Monthly Archives: December 2010
We are very pleased that Louise Mead is joining the BEACON team, in the role of Education Director. Louise is an accomplished evolutionary biologist with a broad range of teaching and administrative experience; she has spent the past four years … Continue reading
The latest edition of Current Biology has a very positive and extensive overview of Idelle Cooper’s research on the adaptive significance of a color dimorphism within female “Beautiful Hawaiian damselflies.” The overview is available here. It contrasts Charles Darwin’s … Continue reading
Research by BEACON’s Dave Knoester and Phil McKinley is featured in Wired.