Everybody is back in the lab working on experiments, data analysis, and digesting the events of the summer.
Summer is here!
Trai had a great time in Toronto at the ABS meeting. Margaret has started her project on mate choice in Guppies. And Ingo returned from Jamaica, where he surveyed freshwater habitats for Livebearing fishes with Kerri-Ann Bennett from the University of the West Indies. This is a great start for a wonderful collaboration.
Trai received a Diversity Travel Award to attend this year’s 54th Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society in Toronto. Awesome news!
Rodet was just awarded a $15.000,- grant from The National Geographic Society to conduct field research. Great achievement!
Rodet was awarded the Cleo Cross International Scholarship! Congratulations!!
Rudy Riesch and Martin Plath wrote a fascinating popular article on Cave Mollies.
Very cool stuff!
Rudy Riesch, a lab alumnus, just published a very cool paper in Nature Ecology and Evolution. http://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-017-0082
This is from the work he did as postdoc. Congratulations!
Visit us for the Poeciliid Conference in May of 2017! Check out the link below.