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Please check back for all of the exciting details on the 44th Annual Tester Symposium - coming soon!
Dr. Les Watling and colleagues recently published an article in Frontiers in Marine Science.
Narrissa Spies is a PhD student in the Zoology Graduate Program at UH Manoa.
In an article by The Atlantic published on July 10, 2017 by Ed Yong, UH Manoa's own Dr. Amy Moran was featured for her work studying sea spiders.
US national reported that 1-2% of students are diagnosed with autism. Autism is difficult to treat because it is based on many subtle mutations in multiple genes.
This year, the winners from the Annual Tester Symposium included:
The 2017 ARCS Scholar Foundation Honolulu Chapter Award (the 2017 Sarah Ann Martin Award in Biology) is a $5000 award in funds to advance the recipient's education and research.
PowerPoint Slides (Downloadable Presentation)Summary of Discussion
One key aspect of my research is focused on the origin, use, and loss of the adhesive system of geckos, a key innovation that has promoted diversification.