The lab environmentThe lab is located in the brand new Bass Biology Building, and consists of offices, cubicles, a lab library, and conference space. The new lab area is designed to facilitate a comfortable and interactive work environment and offers a variety of different workspaces. The Bass Biology Building greets its occupants each morning with several touchstones of theoretical biology: pigment pattern-formation according to the reaction-diffusion equation, in the form of a two-story programmable art display on the exterior of the building, and hallway walls covered with biological images arranged in ceiling-height Fibonacci spirals. Some of the images feature Voronoi tessellations. The lab is centrally situated among theoretical and experimental labs working in the areas of evolution and ecology.
January 29, 2019 We have moved to the new Bass Biology Building!
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