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Oct 5 2016 | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Millner Lab Website   Dosidicus gigas, or the Humboldt squid, is something of a mystery. A native of the Humboldt Current off the western coast of South America, the squid is locally called diablo rojo, or “red devil,” after its color-changing skin that flashes red when it hunts. But the...
Oct 5 2016 | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Millner Lab Website
Sep 29 2016 | Lowe Lab | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Millner Lowe Lab Website
Aug 22 2016 | ScienceDirect | Posted In: Original Articles
Highlights Technological advances provide new insights into marine mammal behaviour. We highlight four areas of technological advances. Aerial systems, radiotelemetry, passive acoustics and acoustic recording tags. These methods allow comparison between marine mammal behaviour and theory.
Aug 10 2016 | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Miller Palumbi Lab Website
Jul 21 2016 | Stanford News | Posted In: In the News
A new study upends the status quo to combatting schistosomiasis, which affects 250 million people worldwide. The Stanford-led team suggests that the spread of the parasitic disease is curbed more effectively with ecological intervention than drug treatment alone. Also in: EurekAlert! Science...
Jul 21 2016 | Eureka Alert! | Posted In: In the News
In the late 1970s, a new drug held the promise of wiping out a disease that currently affects more than 250 million people. Nearly 40 years later, the drug, praziquantel, has yet to make a dent in the global burden of schistosomiasis, an infestation of parasitic flatworms that can cause liver...
Jul 11 2016 | Peninsula Press | Posted In: In the News
BY ISABEL JONES “Welcome to another lousy day in the woods — we’re not going to have any fun or enjoy ourselves, at all.”

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