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Abby Kimmitt Sep 10
papers coming out this fall Check out mine with the attached doi. Female birds are still understudied in reproductive physiology. Let's change that! Understanding female mechanisms is important for predicting climate change effects on timing & survival
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Beth Brainerd Jan 7
Thanks for this thread with 10 excellent observations about ! Please retweet. @SICBtweets
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Mary Kate O'Donnell, Ph.D. Jan 5
Salamanders stick really well to very rough and smooth surfaces, especially small salamanders. But on in-between surfaces, they fall off. The solution - just add water!
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Allison M. Luger Jan 2
Pros on not going to : not having to pack on New Year's Day! Cons: this is me the upcoming week reading your tweets
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Jonathan B. Losos Jan 11
Putting fluorescent powder on lizard nether regions to see whose mating with who
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Fran Bonier Jan 7
Here's a link for anyone who wanted to read the meta-analysis of fitness effects of hormone manipulations that I presented at . I think it allows pdf download without a pay-wall only until the end of the day today, so click soon! @SICBtweets
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Christopher Martin Jan 6
This is literally a video of Roi Holzman suction-feeding in a laser light sheet. 😂 Surely his life goal is now accomplished? 🤣🤣🤣
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Sarah Friedman, PhD Dec 30
Can't wait for ! Come see my talk at 9:30am on Saturday to learn all about body shape diversification in a dataset of ~6k species of teleost fishes. Also feel free to stop and chat with me about fish, evolution, phylogenetics, etc. throughout the conference.
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Laura Bagge, PhD Jan 4
Come by my poster 93 this afternoon to learn about cool optical tricks in scarab beetles! Bonus - you can look at actual beetles through 3D glasses 🐞👓 @SICBtweets
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Chris Martine, PhDuh Jan 7
Hey @SICBtweets! If the increasing presence of inspires you to learn more (or put some more plant stuff in your courses) please check out my squad's YouTube series ! New episodes coming soon.
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Matt Gifford Jan 7
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brett Jan 9
If wasn’t enough science, check out my new paper with , , and an amazing undergraduate (Chris Mathis) on how pectoral fin ray mechanosensation shapes fin motor patterns and kinematics during steady swimming!
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Anna Klompen Jan 6
Hydroids! Venom! Division of labor! Stinging cells! It’s happening tomorrow at 10:00a in Lone Star A (#109-9)! @SICBtweets
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Whitney Laboratory Jan 7
Hey ! Hear Leslie Babonis, Ph.D., present her talk, “Things cells do” today at 1:45 in Brazos!
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dr. brooke flammang Jan 7
Our new work on remora-inspired adhesive tags by Dory Yang and
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Katherine Corn Jan 5
So proud, delighted, and honored to have CO-WON the Best Student Talk Award with my fellow labmate ! 🐠🐟🐡🎉 @SICBtweets
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Janneke Schwaner Jul 2
Our paper, combining survey data and discussion points at the workshop 'Parenting through Academia', is available online! Thanks for some awesome teamwork ! (Now I will go back to biomechanics of jumpy things again, lol)
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Jenna Jan 8
Hey fellow & biologists- is there interest for a symposium on snake sensory biology? 🐍 👅 👂👁 🧠 @SICBtweets
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Alison Kalett Jan 3
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Angela Horner Jan 5
Miles showing off some beautiful R plots and self made methods drawings!
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