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Biofilm formation.

Several IU microbiologists study bacterial multicellular behavior, such as biofilm formation.

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  • Enormous, rare ‘corpse flower’ (Amorphophallus titanum) about to make pungent debut at IU’s Jordan Hall Greenhouse. [ IU Science at Work blog | Live cam link and still photos | IU Biology Facebook page ]
  • Students received a crash course in science during the inaugural Holland RISE Program, the third installment of Biology's Jim Holland summer research programs for high school students. The Jim Holland Research Initiative in STEM Education (RISE) bridges the gap between early high school STEM initiatives with college and beyond. IU alum Mary Ann Tellas co-directs the Holland programs with Professor Armin Moczek. [ IU Science at Work blog | IU Bloomington Research ]
  • On the cover of Journal for Experimental Zoology B by Goldwater fellow Hannah Busey, postdoctoral researcher Eduardo Zattara, and Professor Armin Moczek: "Conservation, innovation, and bias: Embryonic segment boundaries position posterior, but not anterior, head horns in adult beetles." [ article ]
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