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Trivia Champs!

Nick, Ellen, Trevor, Ben, Karissa, Henry, Amanda and Jon won the Trivia Quiz at the 2018 EEB Holiday Party on Saturday 8 December. Congratulations!! (Jeremy is notably absent and helped drag another team into oblivion in terms of rankings.)

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Very cold Thanksgiving!

Those of us who stayed in Ithaca over Thanksgiving experienced really low temperatures. According to the Cornell climate records it was -5F on Friday November 23, i.e. in the early hours following Thanksgiving Day. That is the coldest November temperature … Continue reading

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Grant congratulations!

The Searle lab just got awarded a Center for Vertebrate Genomics seed grant for $14,400. This is for a project entitled “Transcriptomic analysis of mitonuclear epistasis in lungless salamanders” which Ben will be working on!  

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Night at the Museum!

On the evening of Wednesday November 14, Nick gave a guest lecture to undergraduates at the ‘Night at the Museum’ at the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates.  

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Catch-Up For Undergrad Students

CATCH-UP FOR UNDERGRAD STUDENTS! Jailene Hidalgo Summer, 2016: studied moose and deer populations in the Adirondacks for Cornell’s Department of Natural Resources. Summer, 2017: Studied marsh wren genetics and seaside sparrow populations at Florida’s state agency Fish and Wildlife Commission. … Continue reading

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Catch-Up For Grad Students

  CATCH-UP FOR GRAD STUDENTS! The Searle lab website has been dormant since summer 2017, and a lot has happened since then!   Jacob Tyrell Spoke at Cornell Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Symposium, December 2017 Spoke at Cornell Evo Group, … Continue reading

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