The Huron Mountain Wildlife Foundation has supported Patrick Gorring's research over the past 5 years, and now, they have highlighted his work in their newsletter! Learn more about Patrick's research into the pine sawyers of the Huron Mountains by reading the article, linked below.
Professor Farrell, with Professors Naomi Pierce and Scott Edwards of OEB and Prof. Scot Martin of SEAS, recently traveled to Brazil for the Harvard-Brazil OEB Syposium. Co-organized by DRCLAS and the Lemann Foundation, they explored opportunities to deepen STEM collaborations, particularly in the areas of evolutionary biology and atmospheric science.
Ricardo is part of an international team which discovered fly specimens in El Soplao cave (Cantabria, Spain). Study of these specimens found pollination in an extinct group of flies preserved in Spanish amber for more than a hundred million years.
Join Prof. Farrell on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at the Harvard Museum of Natural History!
"Can the reconciliation of the arts and sciences inform our understanding of nature and our place in it? Drawing on neurobiological, paleontological, and genetics research, philosophical studies of music and other arts, and our current understanding of the influence of nature on human health, Brian Farrell will suggest an evolutionary framework for integrating these fields, offering new perspectives on human culture and humanity’s role in fostering a productive and sustainable future." More information...
We are pleased to welcome Sang Il Kim to the lab this semester as a graduate student! Sang is re-joining us after completing his undergraduate degree at Harvard. To learn more about his research interests, please visit his page.
We are pleased to welcome Alyssa Hernandez to the lab this semester! Alyssa is joining us after gaining experience in applied entomology and ecology. To learn more about her research interests, please visit her page.
"As a biology professor, curator of Entomology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, and the newly appointed director of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Brian D. Farrell has integrated his diverse passions into his multifaceted career and lifestyle."