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Welcome to Kristian Brevik!

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

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Suisse, je viens …

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

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Recruiting a new Ph. D. student to study reproductive ecology of swede midge

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

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You’ve come a long way, baby…

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

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New domestication and species interactions review

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.

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