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A red squirrel
March 28, 2024
Spartan researchers show deep biogeographic divides drive divergent evolutionary paths
Kevin McGraw
March 28, 2024
McGraw is the new chair of the Department of Integrative Biology, bringing “new dimensions of scholarship and leadership” to the university.
Drs. Klausmeir and Lichtman examine a bottle of plankton in water. Credit KBS-MSU
February 15, 2024
Researchers at Michigan State University and the Carnegie Institution for Science have published a paper in Science detailing a model that connects microscopic biology to macroscopic ecology.
Hyenas face off against lions. Credit: Brittany Gunther
February 8, 2024
Kay Holekamp, wrold-renown behavioral ecologisst & university-distinguised professor in integrative biology, sheds light on the complexity and adaptability of the spotted hyena in this National Geographic article by Christine Dell'Amore.
Richard Lenski
January 30, 2024
A new paper from MSU professor Richard Lenski provides an update on a 35-year long study on evolution in bacterial colonies.
Two turtles on a log, courtesy of Ralphs_Fotos, Pixabay
October 19, 2023
Sarah Fitzpatrick and Cinnamon Mittan-Moreau found that genetic rescue can increase the diversity of small, isolated populations, and help them recover from inbreeding.
Eastern Meadowlark photo by Jeffrey Hamilton
October 19, 2023
A  collaboration led by IBIO post-doc Casey Youngflesh found that birds produce fewer young if they start breeding too early or late in the season.
Three-spine stickleback fish. Credit: Boughman Lab
July 21, 2023
Boughman collaborated with Australian biologists to study how specific ecological changes alter evolutionary processes that impact biodiversity.
Elise Zipkin. Photo Credit: Harley J. Seeley
July 21, 2023
Zipkin’s 2023 IRPE award in terrestrial ecology honors her achievement of combining empirical data with innovative mathematical and statistical methods.
A black tern in flight. Credit: Georg Wietschorke
July 21, 2023
Kayla Davis is the first author of a new report in "Biological Conservation," outlining new opportunities to enhance the outlook of black terns' survival.