Tag Archive | ecology and evolution
Walking fish, friendly rats, Alzheimer’s, algae and more in this week’s LabBook.
Sarah Cobey and Jack Gilbert are using big data and computer modeling to predict disease outbreaks.
Nanoparticles, ancient mammals, flaxseed and more in this week’s end of summer LabBook.
Zhe-Xi Luo has discovered yet another early fossil, this time a specimen of history’s most successful mammal species.
A newly discovered fossil reveals that traits such as hair and fur originated well before the rise of the first true mammals.
Cancer research, monogenic diabetes, butterflies and more in this week’s lazy summer edition of LabBook.
Marcus Kronforst studies butterflies for clues about the larger forces of evolution and adaptation.
An interview with Professor Neil Shubin on how UChicago’s new affiliation with the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass. will benefit biological research at both institutions.
A study by Dr. Chung-I Wu looks at how dogs domesticated and evolved from wolves.