Yearly Archives: 2013

December Herp Night

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2014 Bodega Workshop

Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 Workshop in Applied Phylogenetics. This year’s workshop will run from March 8 to 15 at the Bodega Bay Marine Lab on the northern California Coast. The application deadline is January 3rd. See the 2014 workshop

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November Herp Night

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October Herp Night

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Fall Lab Meeting Schedule

Current lab meeting schedule below: 24 September – Áki 1 October – Open 8 October – Raphael 15 October – Caroline 22 October – Sean 29 October – Open 5 November – Bob 12 November – Hana 19 November –

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New home

We’re all moved into the Thomson lab’s new home in Edmondson hall. Some photos of the new setup below.

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New lab and teaching space!

Renovations to our building are now complete. The lab will be moving into our new space next week! The University put out a news release about the building that is available here. The video above shows off the new space and features

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April Herp Night

Herp group will meet on Wednesday evening (24 April 2013) at Biomed B103. Brenden Holland will give a talk about introduced chameleons in Hawaii. Herpetological misadventures of a malacologist Dr. Brenden Holland Wednesday, April 24, 6-7:30pm Biomed B103

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Lab research featured on UH Manoa homepage

The media office here at UH has picked up the story of the turtle genome release. It’s currently featured on the home page for UH Manoa. The full press release is available here.

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TreeThinkers blog

Several colleagues and I recently launched a blog associated with the Bodega Phylogenetics Workshop. Our goal is that it will serve as a forum for informal discussion of topics relating to phylogenetics and comparative methods. We aim to cover new methods, pedagogy,

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