Monthly Archives: October 2016

Learning Excursion: Fundamentals of Ecosystem Ecology

From EEES Student Andy Vacca: Every year the Cary Institute, an independent environmental research institute located in Millbrook, NY, hosts a course titled Fundamentals of Ecosystem Ecology (FEE).  This course allows a small group of students from around the world … Continue reading

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Learning Excursion: Geometric Morphometrics in R

From DeSilva Lab scholar Ellie McNutt: I took the course Geometric Morphometrics in R hosted by Transmitting Science. GM is an analysis tool based in the programing language R, which allows the user to use 2D or 3D landmark data … Continue reading

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Learning Excursion: High-Throughput Sequencing course in Bodo, Norway

From the Calsbeek Lab’s own Deb Goedert: I received the EEES course award to attend the High Throughput Sequencing of Non-model Organisms course offered at Nord University in Bodo, Norway. High throughput sequencing (HTS) is any genomic sequencing method that … Continue reading

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