School of Biological Sciences undergraduate Haley Nichols won third place in a poster competition at Indiana University’s Animal Behavior Conference this month.
Intercollegiate Biomathematics Alliance (IBA) is hosting an undergraduate research workshop in June 2016. The workshop, named “Pre-Conference Workshop for Future Researchers” is organized by Professor of Biomathematics Olcay Akman. It is designed to gather the faculty and the undergraduate students of the IBA member institutions to initiate cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional research projects. During the workshop, faculty
Kristin Duffield, Ph.D. student of Ben Sadd, assistant professor and Scott Sakaluk, distinguished professor, has been awarded a competitive grant from the Animal Behavior Society for her proposal entitled “Give it all we got tonight?
Former Illinois State baseball star Paul DeJong ’15 is finishing up his first spring training as a professional player, after being drafted last spring by the St. Louis Cardinals.
School of Biological Sciences graduate Keith Bowers has won the international John Maynard Smith Prize from the European Society for Evolutionary Biology.
The spring issue of the Redbird Scholar is now available online and in print.
Thirty years after Asian tiger mosquitos first arrived in the United States, Illinois State doctoral student Peter Brabant is working to stop their spread.
One day last fall, Stacy Mowry, M.S. ’15, stood in front of the best and brightest minds in her chosen field—biomathematics—and talked about her own research into baffling behavior seen in mongooses.
Why do people cry when they’re sad? Laugh when they’re happy?
Illinois State Professor Andres Vidal-Gadea led a research team that won the race to be the first laboratory to find the receptor in the brain that helps animals use the planet’s magnetic field to navigate.