Research brief: Jewel beetles evolve to see new colors by duplicating their genes

Camilla Sharkey, a postdoc in Trevor Wardill's lab, investigated the complex evolutionary history of jewel beetles’ vision.

Finding his beat

Postdoctoral researcher Jay Bundy combines his interests and hobbies in his research pursuits and beyond.

At the intersection of art and science

Ph.D. student Maria Park’s fascination with the living world informed her science and inspired her creative endeavors.

Nature and nurture

Professor Marlene Zuk’s newest book dives in to the debate about what drives behavior.

A quest to collect crabs

Retired professor Frank Barnwell traveled the world to collect the seashore dwelling fiddler crabs. Now that collection has a permanent home at the American Museum of Natural History.

Diverse perspectives on biodiversity

Global survey reveals that more species are threatened with extinction than previously thought.

In Florida panther, multi-pronged approach critical to disease management

Honoring graduate education excellence

Sharon Jansa receives University award for her impact on graduate and professional education.

Found in translation

Emilie Snell-Rood and colleagues are developing a framework to bridge disciplines and advance bio-inspired design.

Perspective: from the field

Graduate student shares their experiences working up north.