The 65th annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage is April 21 to 25, 2015. This event in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and nearby Gatlinburg features a variety of wildflower, fauna, and natural history walks, motorcades, photographic tours, art classes, and indoor seminars. Registration starts […]
Darwin Day is an international, annual event to celebrate the science of Charles Darwin and promote science education. UT has been hosting one for nearly 20 years. This year’s event features talks on invasive species (by EEB Prof. Sandy Echternacht), a […]
The most popular paper in the Quarterly Review of Biology over the past three years, based on downloads, is “Homosexuality as a Consequence of Epigenetically Canalized Sexual Development” by Rice, Friberg, and EEB Distinguished Professor Sergey Gavrilets. This paper has […]
Research Assistant Professor Alison Boyer was interviewed today on local NPR station WUOT about her recent PNAS paper about extinctions of birds on Pacific islands. The interview can be heard here.
EEB faculty member Charlie Kwit was recently featured in a video by the Shedd Aquarium about rock iguanas. For more information about the science, see here. The video is embedded below.