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LAURA HAMON’S BUTTERFLY PROJECT HIGHLIGHTED IN ENDEAVORS

UNC undergraduate Laura Hamon’s research project on butterflies was highlighted in UNC’s Endeavors magazine this month. Laura worked in the Joel Kingsolver lab as a SURF (UNC Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow) student this summer.
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BOB GOLDSTEIN IS PROFILED IN ASCB NEWSLETTER

The American Society for Cell Biology’s newsletter features an interesting profile about Professor Bob Goldstein. Follow the story of Bob’s professional career, and read about his unique hobbies outside the lab. Learn everything you ever wanted to know about this UNC Biology scientist! READ THE ARTICLE >>


JOSEPH KIEBER IS NAMED A KENAN DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR

Congratulations to Biology Professor Joseph Kieber who has recently been named a Kenan Distinguished Professor. “Dr. Kieber is an International leader in the study of cell signaling in plants – how cells communicate with one another to regulate both growth and development. This is a critical question in understanding such things as how fertilized eggs develop as well as the causes of cancer and aging.” READ MORE >>


NEW TRIANGLE CENTER FOR EVOLUTIONARY MEDICINE (TriCEM)

A Viewpoint in the latest issue of Bioscience entitled “Linking Evolution, Ecology, and Health: TriCEM” describes how UNC, Duke, NC Central, and NCSU are jointly transforming the NSF-supported National Evolutionary Synthesis Center into the new Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM). The aim is to apply a synthetic approach, coupled with NESCent’s successful model of research incubation, to new questions in human, animal, and plant health posed explicitly in their ecological and evolutionary context. READ MORE >>


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