Monthly Archives: June 2017

REU Student Joins the Capps Lab for the Summer!

This summer, Amber Matha joined the Capps Lab as an REU student in the Population Biology of Infectious Diseases REU Program at UGA. Her work this summer is focused on understanding how larval diet influences the growth and development of two mosquito … Continue reading

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Capps Lab at the Annual Meeting for the Society for Freshwater Science!

Members of the Capps Lab presented 3 talks and 1 poster at the Annual Meeting for the Society for Freshwater Science! Our own Nate Tomczyk left his Appalachian Thru hike for a week to join the team and present his … Continue reading

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Support Graduate Training in Field Ecology!

Fifty Years of Field Ecology Cornell’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology has been offering graduate student field ecology courses at Archbold Biological Station in Florida since 1970. In March of that year, Assistant Professor Dick Root, first took a … Continue reading

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