Insects // Sex // Evolution
A look at animal sex and mating systems, primarily among insects, with a nod to evolutionary biology in order to make this seem like less of a weird thing to be really excited about.
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My ‘friend’ Adam Hayward is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Edinburgh. His research involves the study of ageing, for which he typically uses detailed life history records from long-term studies of mammals (including sheep, elephants and humans). This means he does not have to perform experiments, instead waiting patiently until the data thwacks […]
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