One scientist’s view of the science-policy interface: From the silly to the sublime, from sharks to rats
One of the many challenges that scientists face is the ability to talk science to non-scientists. As graduate students and postdocs, we are trained to speak the language of science to our colleagues, peers, and students, but rarely does this training extend to the general public. Recently, Jane Lubchenco (marine ecologist, distinguished Professor of Zoology […]
Exactly 6 years ago to this week, I got one of those phone calls that you hope you never get. The caller ID said it was my old friend and post-doc advisor, Bob Denno, calling me at home. Typical for him. But on the other end of the line was his wife, Barb, calling […]
Lab News & Spotlight:
December 3, 2014
Recently, the Gratton lab flew out to Portland, OR to attend the 37th Annual Entomological Society of America Meeting. This was a wonderful opportunity to present our research to colleagues, catch up with former collaborators, and make new connections. Several of us presented research, including former Gratton lab members, Tim Meehan and Jamin Dreyer. […]
November 13, 2014
Click the link below to see the PDF of the poster Jeremy presented at this year’s meeting of the Entomological Society of America.