Gallery: Click on the first picture and Kelly Carscadden (EEB) will walk you through her fieldwork.
By BVM, EEB Squeezing my life around work as a graduate student is routine to me. Plants don’t take breaks from growing, so I’ve learned to bend and twist my … Continue reading
By Emily Drystek, EEB Every year rubber trees drop their leaves. When the leaves grow back they are deserted islands waiting for a community of animals to set up home. … Continue reading
By Nathaniel Sharp, EEB One of the most celebrated arguments in evolutionary biology is the idea that populations should consist of an even number of males and females. The reason … Continue reading
By Brie Edwards, EEB Ants and bees are fighting a turf war. Using elegantly constructed artificial flowers baited with plenty of sugary water, recent graduate Adam Cembrowski teamed up with … Continue reading
By Shaheen Bagha, EEB New analysis of ancient leaves has revealed that Canada’s ancient climate was cooler than previous thought. By examining fossilised leaves, wood and pollen, the Toronto-based team now think … Continue reading