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brett
NSF post-doc Fellow in Biology in the lab studying evolutionary neuromechanics; he/him
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Marianne Alleyne Apr 1
Our new paper is out! We knew topography of cicada wings results in favorable wettability and bactericidal functionalities. As does chemistry at the surface. But how do the two interact?
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brett Mar 31
Replying to @mwestneat @espn
will replay Game 5 and Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals Wednesday night starting at 7 p.m. Some Cleveland magic might help!
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brett Mar 25
Replying to @MacChrystal
Just finished series last night. Carole definitely up to some no good. Still in disbelief about entire show — not sure why I thought the big cat world was some happy family.
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brett Mar 24
Replying to @soFISHtication
This was a fun one! How do they rise to breathe when sleeping? Sleep walk to shallow or create buoyancy?
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Aaron Olsen Mar 23
testing by US state as of Mar 23. WA, NM, HI, ME & NY have performed most tests/cap. AZ, DE, KS, MD, MO, OH & PR have performed fewest tests/cap. LA, MO, MI, MS, NJ, CT still fastest rise in reported positives. Let's all keep !
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Neil Shubin Mar 23
Teachers! Are you using one of my books in classes this spring? I’d be happy to visit your class digitally. DM to arrange.
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Daniel J. Field Mar 18
1/ STOKED to share our new study in , unveiling the oldest-known modern bird fossil! . We name the new fossil Asteriornis, but have been affectionately calling it the Wonderchicken.
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iDigBio Mar 17
If you are looking for more 3D models of specimens for and during the outbreak checkout resources from the and lab on
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brett Mar 16
Do you think needs to go to essential personnel only, including research labs?
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brett Mar 14
Replying to @cox_zanne
My father, 75 year old diabetic with heart disease, feels no need to take any precautions.
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brett Mar 14
Here is a screen shot of a few and a link to another long list of fellowships that was posted in a SICB article by on how to get a postdoc:
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brett Mar 14
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Ashley Coenen Mar 11
why should abolish the Special Institute Fee: a letter from grad students at
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brett Mar 10
Congratulations, Joe!!!!!!
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Saturday Night Live - SNL Mar 7
𝗙𝗹𝗶𝗽𝗽𝗲𝗱 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘀𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗰𝗵.
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brett Mar 8
I think it depends a lot on what you need to stain. Does it have to be specific to sensory versus motor? Or can it be general to all nerves? Sudan black is a lot more tractable in comparison to immunohistochemistry. Silver stain might be another option for general staining.
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Dr. Kara Feilich Mar 5
I can't change US politics, but I can change myself and my local environment. I encourage you to think about how YOU can provide the support+infrastructure we need for underrepresented groups to thrive & how you can foster equity. Especially if you come from a place of privilege.
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Casey Holliday Mar 4
I need to pitch to our dean that there are awesome peeps that do NSF and particularly NIH-fundable research for a possible TT Asst Prof Anatomy position with MU IA. Who are you? Some you don't have webpages Grr. Evo-Devo, XROMM, NeuroMuscles, Plasticity, Omics... go!
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brett Mar 4
Replying to @FoxLab_CLE
Sooooooo cool. Congratulations, Alex!
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Jessica Fox Mar 3
Figure 4 of Yarger & Fox (2018) etched onto champagne flutes to celebrate Alex’s successful dissertation defense
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