Tamara has had the first paper from her PhD thesis published, in The Science of Nature. It looks at differences in antennae of male moths responding to females in traps. Young single females are more likely to attract sensitive males. A lesson for us all. Awesome and interesting research from Tamara!

Ex-honours student Julia has also been busy, producing a second paper from her honours research on techniques for measuring curved bills of shore birds. Two papers (and a possible third paper on the way) from your honours year is nothing to stick your nose (or bill) up at. Well done Julia! (for Julia’s first paper click here)


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