I’m happy to announce that over the next 2-3 weeks I’ll be posting blogs on recent papers dealing with sensory biology. The blogs are written by students of my upper division course BIOL167 Sensory Evolution for educational purposes. The blogs are great, and you don’t want to miss out. I hope that this will be a useful educational resource.
- RT @LagerstatteJohn: Sclerotic ring of an ichthyosaur from the Holzmaden Shale. Urwelt Museum Hauff, Holzmaden. #ichthyosaurs #marinereptil… 18 hours ago
- RT @fsantini2015: Ecological constraints from incumbent clades drive trait evolution across the tree-of-life of freshwater macroinvertebrat… 2 days ago
- Ever wanted to see the (polarized) world through the eyes of a mantis shrimp? Check out “Mantis Cam” imaging-resource.com/news/2017/12/1… #vision #eyes 2 days ago
- RT @joelmcglothlin: I wrote a piece on my pre-tenure experience and the lessons I learned from it for @NothingInBio. twitter.com/NothingInBio/s… 2 days ago
- RT @aarolsen: In our paper out today in @J_Exp_Biol, @CampAriel, @elbrainerd, and I describe a new 3D 4-bar in the #bass skull that helps o… 2 days ago