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Oct 7 2016 | Posted In: Original Articles
By Bryan Barney      Awards: Myers In the rocky intertidal, a question as seemingly unimportant as "which side of the rock do you live on?" can have dire consequences for survival.
Oct 5 2016 | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Millner Denny Lab Website
Oct 5 2016 | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Millner De Leo Lab Website
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 30 2016 | Posted In: In the News
The study shows that the release of 4 million barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico during the Deepwater Horizon disaster during peak spawning season for Atlantic bluefin tuna could have both near- and long-term impacts on the population.
Sep 29 2016 | Lowe Lab | Posted In: Research Spotlight
By Maggie Millner Lowe Lab Website
Sep 22 2016 | Posted In: In the News
Whales are the biggest animals to ever have existed on Earth, and yet some subsist on creatures the size of a paper clip. It’s a relatively common factoid, but, in truth, how they do this is only just being uncovered, thanks to new technologies.

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