No Bones Lunch Seminars
IZ's No Bones Lunch Seminars are a series of casual presentations designed for speakers to share their expertise and foster discussion of some of our favorite topics concerning invertebrates! Seminars begin at 1 P.M. EST on Tuesdays and are available via Zoom broadcast. Please use the form below to request the Zoom link for seminars and indicate in your message if you would like your email added to the weekly reminder distribution list.
|7-Sep-21||Tricia Goulding||Using modern and historical museum collections to investigate diversity of Pacific Island microsnails (Achatinellidae: Pacificellinae)|
|14-Sep-21||Andrea Quatrini||Phylogenomics illuminates the octocoral tree of life|
|21-Sep-21||Chase Smith||Genomic insights into the biology and evolution of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionida)|
|28-Sep-21||Florian B. Reyda||Getting hooked on acanthocephalans and the search for parasites from the past|
|5-Oct-21||Vanessa Gonzalez||Using genome assemblies to showcase the evolution of molluscan weirdness|
|12-Oct-21||Jen Hammock||Correcting the Internet: navigating the data visualization interface in the Encyclopedia of Life to review data and provide feedback|
|2-Nov-21||Yu Kai Tan||TBD|
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