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Summer is over, but the work never is

A busy summer in the Gage lab, with all manner of exciting experiments being performed, fieldwork courses undertaken and even more conferences attended!. After a hard summer in the north of Scotland studying Atlantic salmon, Matt was back in the lab today examining the groups unique tribolium sexual selection lines. Watch this space for research currently … Continue reading Summer is over, but the work never is

Posters, Presentations and Postgrads: Lessons learnt from the Royal Entomological PG Forum 2017

Despite presenting work in internal conferences and helping to organise one, I managed to reach third year without presenting externally. To remedy this a poster and a talk were made and list of potential conferences drawn up. The Royal Entomological Society Post Graduate Forum  seemed ideal: highly recommended by colleagues as a friendly chilled event … Continue reading Posters, Presentations and Postgrads: Lessons learnt from the Royal Entomological PG Forum 2017

She did it!

Congratulations to the latest Dr in the group! Dr Joanne L. Godwin Many thanks to Jo's external examiner Prof Nina Wedell (University of Exeter), and internal examiner Prof Jenny Gill for their comments and discussion. The thesis: Consequences of sexual selection for reproductive and life history traits in Tribolium castaneum. Abstract Sexual selection is a widespread … Continue reading She did it!