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EEB’s current faculty searches

EEB seeks applicants for three assistant professor (tenure-track) positions in ecology: ecosystem ecologist, population/community ecologist and theoretical ecologist. Read more and apply>>

EEB postdocs gather awards

Andrea Hodgins-Davis and Jennifer Lachowiec won National Research Service Awards from the National Institutes of Health and Nina Wales captured the W.D. Hamilton Award for Outstanding Student Presentation from the Society for the Study of Evolution.


Deadly snakes or just pretending? The evolution of mimicry

For more than a century, brightly banded and sometimes deadly coral snakes have been held up as textbook examples of a mimicry system shaped by evolution, in which a harmless species deters predators by imitating a harmful one.

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