A Researcher Working in the Wild

A Researcher Working in the Wild

Sophie May Watts is passionate about wildlife, fieldwork, and conservation. Recently, we were lucky enough to speak with her about her educational and work experiences before »

Website Helps Undergraduate Students Gain Valuable Lab Experience

Website Helps Undergraduate Students Gain Valuable Lab Experience

“Undergrad in the Lab” is a website started by Paris Grey and David Oppenheimer to provide resources that help undergraduate students attain meaningful experiences in the »

5 Research Blogs to Check Out This Week

5 Research Blogs to Check Out This Week

1.Helen Taylor’s blog shares her research work which focuses on population bottlenecks and inbreeding of threatened species. Helen is a research fellow at the »

Prairie Dog Study Spans 44 Years and Inspires New Generation of Researchers

Prairie Dog Study Spans 44 Years and Inspires New Generation of Researchers

The Prairie Dog Project was started by John Hoogland in 1974 and has run continuously over the past 44 years. Hoogland and his team have studied »

Researcher Studies One of the World’s Most Stigmatized Animals

Researcher Studies One of the World’s Most Stigmatized Animals

Sebastian A. Harris is a graduate student and also a Timber Rattlesnake researcher. Recently, we were able to speak with him about this unique line of »