Tardigrades, Public Databases and Science From Your Settee
Last week, as part of a special issue of Zoologica Scripta, I started the year with my first paper – and my first solo effort! “The Wealth of Shared... Read more.
Advent Calendar Day 16: The March To Land
For the 16th day of our Advent Calendar, I’d like to talk about a pre-print. I thought the results were incredibly exciting and, if the article passes peer re... Read more.
FEZ Advent Calendar Day 10: Ten Tardis Tunning
On the 10th Day of Advent, we open the door on our calendar to a paper that brought me more than a little bit of joy to read earlier this year, Yoshida et al’... Read more.
Fez Advent Calendar 2022: Day 6, a stocking-filler of a phylogenetic review
For the 6th day of our Journal Review Advent Calendar, I wanted to present Jesus Lozano-Fernandez’s brilliant “A Practical Guide to Design and Assess a Phyl... Read more.
Group of the month: Tardigrades
Hallo again, and welcome to August’s entry in the FEZ blog’s Group of the Month club! This time, we’ll be exploring a charismatic wonder of the microscopi... Read more.
Crustacean Silk from under the Sea
Another paper involving a FEZ group member, this time about silk from a marine crustacean group! What can we learn from the history of the silk of the Tanaids, ... Read more.
What’s in a Postdoc? Life inside the gears of the academic machine
When we head home for the holiday period, I’m sure many of us will end up in chatting away to a relative or family friend we haven’t seen in far too long, o... Read more.
Maths and Models: The Mechanics of Invertomics
As the nights get longer and the end of the year draws ever nearer, the FEZ advent calendar gives us the opportunity to introduce what we’ve been working on t... Read more.
Science From Lockdown: Advent Calendar December 4th 2021
So we’re in advent again! I arrived last December to a chilly Oslo, and it feels like the year has flown by. For us, and I imagine for many of our readers too... Read more.
A Story of Snakes and Sight (don’t we research invertebrates)?
Last week marked the release of a new paper by one member of the Invertomics group, James Fleming, in a field that seems quite far apart from the mission of the... Read more.