Grad student experience from a Latin American Bergstrom awardee Click here to view the article in Spanish I could come up with a long and boring lecture picturing how my 5-year PhD came together. Opposite to that, the picture of
Gambling at a high-elevations: the risks of enlarged eggs for Mountain Bluebirds Most studies that have looked at why female birds lay the number of eggs they do, and no more, have focused on the consequences of having too many
Member notes from the field: David Millican Entry 1 It’s early October, “springtime” in Namibia. This is not the cool Blacksburg spring to which I’m accustomed. This “springtime” is dry, dehydrating, and desiccating; the discovery of true damnation. The
Greg Davies: AFO’s 2019 Skutch Research Award recipient This year’s Pamela and Alexander F. Skutch Research Award goes to Greg Davies for research on Sungrebes in Costa Rica.
One of this year’s Student Presentation Awards goes to William Fetzner, who recently graduated from Texas Tech University with an M.S. in Biology. William presented his research in an oral presentation in a Vocalization & Communication session of the joint
One of this year’s Student Presentation Awards goes to Abigail Reid, a high school student in the Science Research Program at Pawling High School, NY. Abigail presented her research as an oral presentation in a Methodology & Techniques session of
One of 2013’s Bergstrom Award recipients was William Lewis, a Master’s student at the University of Southern Mississippi. Below is a contributed post from William on his research: My name is William Lewis and a few years ago the
Everyone has big ideas – cool experiments to conduct in exotic locations or with interesting but hard to work with organisms – but that can cost money… and research funding is increasingly competitive. Experiment.com is a crowd-sourced funding platform for