Hello to Bethan Boulton, who has surfed in for a few days to help Becky do some sums explaining why female Nasonia wasps evolve to mate multiply.
And fond farewells to Laura Collins, Alex Fryer and Mhairi Miller who graduated last week. Laura worked in the lab three summers ago now (time flies!), has contributed to two papers (so far), and finished with a well-deserved first-class Honours degree. Laura is now off to do a Tropical Ecology Masters. Alex and Mhairi did their SH projects in the lab with Becky and Georgina, and we are looking forward to using their data for upcoming publications as well. Congratulations to all of you, and good luck in the future!
Laura (on the left) saying cheerio in the appropriate style!