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U-M volunteers fire up GIRL STEM POWER!

“Role models are important, and FEMMES ensures that girls can picture themselves as leaders and scientists when they grow up.” ~ Andrew Wood, EEB graduate student

New UMMZ digital collection unearths mysterious order of amphibians

The Division of Reptiles and Amphibians at U-M's Museum of Zoology maintains a collection of radiograph film plates that are being digitized and associated with diagrams of individual specimens to make them more accessible for research.


Biology Letters cover story: a role of mimicry in brightly colored ground beetles?

“Müllerian mimicry is a textbook example of natural selection where warningly colored species evolve to resemble each other to reduce predation,” explained Carlos Muñoz-Ramirez.

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