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Sharlene Santana
Associate Prof & Mammal Curator & . Research: ecomorphology, behavioral ecology, macroevolution, bats, mammals. 🇻🇪|🇺🇸. Science tweets.
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Sharlene Santana 18m
Native Knowledge: What Ecologists Are Learning from Indigenous People via
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GusPalacios 4h
I cannot be more proud of our team and my friend Mariano Sanchez-Lockhart. Government Scientist at work!!! Bat Immune System is definitely intriguing!
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Ricardo Rocha Apr 24
Are fieldwork studies being relegated to second place in science? Study shows that since the 80s fieldwork-based publications decreased by 20% in comparison to a rise of 600% and 800% in modelling and data analysis studies:
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Sharlene Santana Apr 24
Replying to @TheBatcave_SS
And fellow speakers and academic heroes Annalisa Berta and Susan Williams
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Sharlene Santana Apr 24
It was such a treat to be part of this session! Thanks
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Evolution Letters Apr 22
Deliberate actions improve gender equity at scientific events. New research from , Nicolas Rode, & on Early View:
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Sharlene Santana Apr 23
On my way too! See you there!
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Sharlene Santana Apr 23
This is ridiculous and outrageous!! So sorry!
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Adam P. Summers Apr 22
Are you one of those artists types? Want to come to the San Juans to do your art? We have a fellowship. Apply early and often. Applications judged as they arrive. Please R/T
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Greg Wilson Apr 20
Excited to have visiting this weekend to work with and the dancers for Ghosts of Hell Creek performance. The performances are just around the corner May 5 and 6. Get your tickets:
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WitmerLab Apr 19
Replying to @WitmerLab
Here's the result of the scan of the razorbill auk. As beautiful under the skin as in life! The ridged ornamented rhamphotheca shows up well, as do the insanely deeply etched nasal salt gland depressions, which are expected in a deep-diving oceanic bird.
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Danielle Gustafson Apr 18
Scientists have saved an endangered species of bats that is crucial for making tequila
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Priya Moorjani Apr 15
I am recruiting grad students and postdocs to join my lab in sunny California. Come, join the amazing popgen and evolution community at UC Berkeley! For details, see: . Please RT!
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Burke Museum Apr 17
Happy ! You can now hold a Burke Museum bat skull from the mammals collection in the palm of your hand—and from anywhere in the world with Pocket Bats!
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Jon Flanders Apr 17
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US Department of the Interior Apr 17
We're celebrating bats and all they do for humans: 🐛🦗Bats eat their body weight in insects 🍌🥑Bats pollinate 300+ species of fruit 👩‍🔬🔬Bats inspire medical marvels 🍹🍸Bats are essential to tequila
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American Museum of Natural History Apr 17
Happy ! We're LIVE with Curator Nancy Simmons on Facebook to talk all things bats. Watch here—and post your questions in the comments:
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Sharlene Santana Apr 16
Great job and the rest of the bat team in Trinidad! Safe travels back to the US!
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UW News Apr 12
.'s Kristina Olson is the first psychologist to win the Waterman Award — Olson’s work with kids “breaks tremendous new ground," says chair Cheryl Kaiser
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SearsLab Apr 15
New lab preprint on bat eye evolution! Take home:Parallel losses of short-wave light sensitivity in bats occurred through independent changes at multiple steps in the geno- to pheno- type conversion, inc pre-, during, and post- transcription.
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