The National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) recently awarded Jason Wiles, associate professor of biology, the Evolution Education Award. The award recognizes innovation in the classroom as well as community […]
Caitlin McDonough, a Ph.D. student in biology, has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship, supporting her study of the intricate details of reproduction. The award provides […]
This one is actually about my research on the very, very promiscuous red flour beetles. In this paper we explored different explanations as to why they mate so darn much. Access the […]
Syracuse biology professor demystifies science for students I was quite fortunate to be able to write this profile about my very own advisor! Professor of Biology Scott Pitnick has an […]
People aren’t the only organism to lend a hand to family members in need – bacteria do it too. This unexpected cooperative bacteria behavior has implications for your health and evolution.
Birdsong in particular can be an unreliable way for birds to tell apart different subspecies for one key reason: in many songbirds, song isn’t just determined by genetics, it’s learned. There may […]