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March 10, 2020

The 2020 Museum of Biological Diversity’s annual Open House, planned for Saturday, March 21, was suspended until further notice.  This disappointing decision was made after considering University…

February 17, 2020
The biology of Megalolaelaps colossus (Acari: Dermanyssina)

Orlando Cómbita-Heredia, Edwin Javier Quintero-Gutiérrez, Nicole Romero-García & Hans Klompen. 2020. Experimental and Applied…

January 8, 2020

EEOB Professor, Bryan Carstens, begins a one-year appointment with University Libraries as Faculty Fellow for Transforming the Scholarly Publishing Economy, starting with the new year. He will…

October 15, 2019

The Jewel Mudbug, a new crayfish species, was described by Bronwyn Williams (WLU), Zac Loughman (NCSM) and EEOB Grad student, Mael Glon. The authors named the crayfish (Lacunicambarus dalyae)…

August 28, 2019

Specimen drawers from the Triplehorn Insect Collection among others are featured in an exhibit going on at Hopkins Hall Gallery. The exhibit, curated by Ardine Nelson, Professor Emeritus in the…

August 21, 2019

Jim McCormac discusses "mudbugs" with EEOB graduate student, Mael Glon, and Museum of Biological Diversity Alumnus, Roger Thoma. Read the entire article on the Columbus Dispatch website.

August 21, 2019

Professor Emerita in the Department of Art Ardine Nelson is exhibiting works in Hopkins Hall Gallery, that features images of specimens from the Museum of Biological Diversity (MBD).

The 26…

August 19, 2019

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant to Bryan Carstens & Tara Pelletier for a project titled "Aggregating and Repurposing Phylogeographic Data". This project will…

July 18, 2019

EEOB PhD student, Heather Glon, was featured in Arts and Sciences News this week. Glon, whose advisor is EEOB Professor Meg Daly, is attempting to gather a globally representative collection of…