• SICB Celebrates Pride Month

    SICB scientists around the world are stepping up in their research, communication, and teaching to move us away from heteronormativity and build a scientific community that is more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and just.  In celebration of Pride Month, SICB is featuring this list of resources based on a collection by Sam Sharpe.

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  • Gut Check: What does our social circle tell us about our environment?

    SICB student journalist Kate Hunter profiles the work of SICB scientist Jamie Cornelius, whose work on Red Crossbills provides exciting insights about the impact of social networks on stress and physiology.

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  • Flex it! Twist it! Roll it!

    Ever wondered how tongues move during eating?  SICB student journalist Mateo Rull Garza profiles the work of SICB scientist Kara Feilich, who used x-ray technology to precisely measure the tongue movements of macaques.

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The mission of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) is to foster research, education, public awareness and understanding of living organisms from molecules and cells to ecology and evolution. SICB encourages interdisciplinary cooperative research that integrates across scales, and new models and methodologies to enhance research and education. SICB is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEIJ) as an organizing and guiding principle at every level of the society.

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The Society has approximately 3,000 members whose research interests range from organismal biology to population biology/ecology to systematics and evolutionary biology. The Society has approximately 3,000 members whose research interests range from organismal biology to population biology/ecology to systematics and evolutionary biology.

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