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Elizabeth Mendoza 11 Jan 19
Here's the fail jump video from my talk for anyone dying to watch it again and for anyone who missed it.
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Savage Lab 24 Jan 19
Late post but we had so much fun at earlier this month! Grad students and Jacob presented posters and had a blast!!
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Jonathan Huie 8 Jan 19
Had a blast ! So much cool science and even cooler people. If you didn’t get a chance to come by my poster...you missed out!
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Alexander Hoover πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 7 Jan 19
Morning ! Come learn about jellyfish turning and how we can use mathematical modeling to explore the role resonance can play with neuromechanical waves! I promise there'll be a lot of cool movies! 11-11:15 am in the "Squishy Swimmers" Session, Room 22
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Jules Chabain 11 Jan 19
Thanks for all of you who came see my poster and if you missed it at or you have questions on stingray barbs. Send me a message and I can give you a pdf link and answer your questions, it will be a pleasure.
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Devin O'Brien 6 Jan 19
Scaling, sexual selection, and saber-toothed cats! Come learn more tomorrow at 8:30 AM in S11 (rooms 14 & 15).
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Liz Karan 8 Jan 19
I really enjoyed . I successfully gave my first talk at a conference. I also met a lot of people doing amazing science. Can't wait for 2020!
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Brian Tsukimura 6 Jan 19
Broadening Participation Travel Award winners @ BP Social
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Rebecca Adrian 6 Jan 19
The mito-nuclear symposium (and companion session) was an excellent way to spend two days at ! My supervisor led us off with a comprehensive overview of mother's curse--a good refresher for my own research. Good old sex-specific selective sieve!
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WFU Biology 10 Jan 19
The Ashley-Ross lab was well represented at ! Four graduate students gave talks or poster presentations on salamander locomotion, amphibious 🐟 movement, and 🐠 skin strength. Great work!
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Hayden Davis 5 Jan 19
Come by room 25 Sunday at 15:00 to hear my talk on the life and phylogenetic history that drive Cyrtodactylus to be a highly diverse and successful gecko genus🦎
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NGP 4 Jan 19
ready! Come see my poster today and learn how aerobic performance may vary with elevation in Andean birds β›°πŸ¦β›°
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Rachel Keeffe 4 Jan 19
Thanks to everyone who came to our 3D puzzle-making poster at ! and I are so excited to finally share our working puzzle of Rhineura floridana with everyone. Will post some progress pics soon!
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William Gough 6 Jan 19
Here's a sneak peak at our presentation. Come on down tomorrow (#115-6) at 9:15am and hear about how scale impacts the swimming performance of ocean giants! Big thanks to for these awesome illustrations!
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Niko Hensley πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 5 Jan 19
At planning your schedule for Sunday? Come see me talk at 8:15am on evolution in the glowing mating displays of sea fireflies! Room 3/4!
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Elizabeth M. George 5 Jan 19
What's got this female swallow so angry? And what's it doing to her hormone levels? Come to my talk tomorrow 11am (rm 3 and 4) to find out: Testing hormonal responses to real and simulated social challenges in a competitive female bird
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Rachel Narducci 5 Jan 19
One more xenarthran at thanks to a fantastic talk by about aDNA of Bahamian hutia!
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Alexus Roberts 7 Jan 19
Last, but certainly not least Wainwright lab member gives an incredible talk on how benthic habitat association influences morphological diversification in teleost fishes. So proud of all my lab mates!!! @mechsNmorph
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Andrea Hernandez 6 Jan 19
Just a little morsel of our FHL Fish Class family here at ! Love you all!
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SICB Phylogenetics and Comparative Biology 6 Jan 19
We are pleased to announce that the David and Marvalee Wake Award for Best Student Oral Presentation at has been awarded to . Congratulations!!
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