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Work by Sarah Boggett and Calli Freedman featured in Science

January 9, 2017

Work on hagfish by students Sarah Boggett and Calli Freedman featured in Science http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/01/how-slimy-hagfish-ties-itself-knots-and-survives-shark-attacks

Fudge Lab research featured in PNAS

June 30, 2016

The Fudge Lab’s research on hagfish slime and biomimetics is featured in PNAS this week. http://www.pnas.org/content/113/26/7005.full

Undergraduate students take the lead!

October 27, 2015

Congratulations Wright Lab on your “cool” recent paper in Biology Letters. “Out of the frying pan into the air: Emersion behaviour and evaporative heat loss in an amphibious mangrove fish.”

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Fudge Lab

Fudge moves to Chapman University

August 1, 2016

Dr. Fudge has taken a position at Chapman University in Orange County, California as of August 1, 2016. You can visit his new website here.

Fudge Lab research featured in PNAS

June 30, 2016

The Fudge Lab’s research on hagfish slime and biomimetics is featured in PNAS this week. http://www.pnas.org/content/113/26/7005.full

Happy Hagfish Day!

October 22, 2015

It’s the third Wednesday of October, and that means it’s Hagfish Day! Sarah Schorno celebrated Hagfish Day by doing some maintenance on our hagfish tank.                                  

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Newman Lab

SICB 2017 in New Orleans

January 10, 2017

Mason regaled a multitude as he presented initial results on the Citisci grey squirrel project and I shared some long-term Savannah sparrow data.  Great meeting.

Welcome (officially) Mason Stothart & Kevin Morey

September 13, 2016

We welcome Mason Stothart and Kevin Morey, both NSESRC CGS-M scholars and winners of the prestigious Graduate Excellence Entrance Scholarship.      

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Wright Lab

Robyn Simon publishes undergraduate research project on copper toxicity in mangrove rivulus

June 8, 2017

Robyn’s work, in collaboration with post-doc Tamzin Blewett at the University of Waterloo (now at U Alberta), was published today in Aquatic Toxicology. The short version – copper exposed fish probably improve respiratory ability by increasing gill area, but despite this morphological response the fish are still more sensitive to low oxygen conditions than fish from clean […]

2016 OGS Scholarships

March 11, 2016

Congratulations to labmates Andy Turko (PhD) and Tessa Blanchard (MSc)!

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