Google scholar citations.

Neat — Google Scholar now has a handy way of checking your citations. Ford Denison and Larry Moran have posted theirs, so here’s mine next:

Links to my evolution education papers.

I’m currently at Evolution 2012 in Ottawa, having spoken at an education workshop on Friday. Various people at the meeting have told me that they’ve found my education papers very useful, so I thought I would put links to them all in one convenient location and then direct people there. So, here they are:


Copyright notice from NRC Press.

Well, it finally happened. I received a copyright notice from a publisher about reprints that are posted on my lab website. I actually thought most publishers were sympathetic to the realities of scientific communication and let that sort of thing slide, but apparently not. I’m particularly disappointed that it comes from the National Research […]

Recent lab papers.

So, what have we been up to in the lab?

Ardila-Garcia, A.M. and T.R. Gregory (2009). An exploration of genome size diversity in dragonflies and damselflies (Insecta: Odonata). Journal of Zoology, in press.

Smith, J.D.L. and T.R. Gregory (2009). The genome sizes of megabats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) are remarkably constrained. Biology Letters, in press.

Smith, […]

Evolutionary trends.

Evolutionary trends