Author Archives: yfanslow
We are pleased to welcome the newest addition to the lab – Kristian Brevik! Kristian did his undergrad degree at Hampshire College, where he studied the domestication of a small mammal. He also happens to speak a few languages, including … Continue reading
I am very excited to visit Switzerland tomorrow and give my first scientific talk on the European continent at the 15th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships. This will probably be the largest assembly ever of researchers interested in how domestication … Continue reading
Ph. D. assistantship in reproductive ecology and mating disruption In cooperation with Dr. Rebecca Hallett’s lab at University of Guelph, we will be recruiting for a highly motivated Ph. D. student, who has an interest in studying the reproductive ecology … Continue reading
The Entomological Society of America has just started a childcare grant program for its attendees bringing small children (or babies) to the Annual Meeting. They offer $400 per attending family to cover the extra expenses of bringing a small child … Continue reading
Our new review titled, “Crop domestication and naturally-selected species interactions” was just accepted for publication for the 2015 edition of the Annual Review of Entomology. Online preprints should be available in a couple months.