Flowers as islandsTadashi Fukami, 15 April 2021
This 30-min talk in the Ecology Live 2021 series run by the British Ecological Society gives an overview of our work on historical contingency that uses flowers as a natural microcosm.
Stanford virtual classroom: fieldwork at homeTadashi Fukami and Nona Chiariello, 14 May 2020
This 2-min video is about teaching a virtual undergraduate lab in response to COVID-19. This class is normally taught as a field-based course at Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.
Historical contingency in the Fukami labCallie Chappell, 16 November 2017
Callie gives a 2-min explanation of some of what we do with our nectar microbes.
Nectar microbes: towards the genomics of community assemblyManpreet Dhami, 23 March 2016
In this talk at a JGI Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting, Manpreet, a former postdoc of the lab, presents genomic and gene expression data on nectar yeasts.
Historical contingency in community assemblyTadashi Fukami, 23 April 2015
Tad discusses the lab's recent findings in the Colloquium on the Biology of Populations at Princeton University.
Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve 40th anniversaryMelinda Belisle, 9 May 2013
In this talk, Melinda, a former PhD student of the lab (graduated in 2013), reflects on her research and teaching at Stanford's Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.
Historical perspectives on ecological community assemblyTadashi Fukami, 22 February 2008
This is a job talk at Stanford, in which Tad presents a summary of his past findings, ongoing projects, and future directions.