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Baby Anoles – Cute, Cuddly, and Easily Staged!

Check out this piece in the New Scientist, which picked up on our images of Anolis embryos and Thom’s awesome research! http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/shortsharpscience/2011/12/teeny-lizards-reveal-the-cuter.html The readers of this blog do not need to be convinced that anoles are an amazing model system … Continue reading

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Jack Frost Nipping At My Embryos

Two weeks ago our building decided to test its emergency power generators.  They assured us there should be no problems (never the case) and that electronics plugged into emergency wall sockets shouldn’t have a disruption in power while others might … Continue reading

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