Harvard doctoral students describe projects at the cutting edge of evolutionary inquiry

Harvard doctoral students offered a glimpse of the future of evolutionary inquiry, outlining projects that touch on the human pelvis, butterfly hybrids, field and forest mice, and the mystery of an ancient pile of bones.

Alvin Powell | April 22, 2019 | harvard
~9 mins   

Tags: science-technology alvin-powell ancient-dna andrew-berry butterfly eadaoin-harney emily-hager evolution harvard-museum-of-natural-history mariel-young mouse nate-edelman pelvis speciation

‘The Rockefeller Beetles’ explores the beauty of a major gift

“The Rockefeller Beetles,” a new exhibit at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, features hundreds of specimens from an exceptional collection that reflects the story of a man whose childhood pursuit grew into a lifelong passion.

Harvard Gazette | Oct. 18, 2018 | harvard
~2 mins   

Tags: arts-humanities the-rockefeller-beetles beetles brian-farrell david-rockefeller harvard-museum-of-natural-history harvard-university-museum-of-comparative-zoology

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