It is no coincidence that my last post was in August. Once classes started up I have had a very busy schedule and little time for anything else.
However, the thing that triggered this post is, I happened across an article that discussed one of our recent publications. It is on the IGTRCN (insect genetic technology research coordination network) website in an article by Frank Crisione "Transgenic Underdominance: Pushing Transgenes into Populations". It is good to know that people out there are reading our publications.
In a similar vein, a grad student here at UH in another lab (I am on his graduate committee) just published a nice article about his work for the general public, "Can a small fish answer the big question?" by Kirill Vinnikov.