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Postdoctoral openings in the Queller/Strassmann lab!!!
Hello, everyone, here is the official ad. We are hiring! Available postdoctoral fellowships on social evolution and symbiosis at Washington University in St. Louis. One or more postdoctoral positions for 2-3 years are available for work on several aspects of … Continue reading
Was it a poisonous snake?
We stared at the impenetrable bluff above the Missouri Vistor’s Center on I270. I told undergraduates Emily, Ben, and Lucy to space themselves along the bluff and penetrate it, collecting four soil samples on the way up, at least 20 … Continue reading
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