The Quantitative BioImaging Laboratory has a new website!

QBIL explores the science and technology of biomedical imaging through innovative research and inspiring education, with the goal of becoming a destination laboratory internationally recognized as a first choice of both researchers and students.
Fatatis Lab

The Fatatis Laboratory has a newly re-designed website!

Prof. Fatatis is one of Academic Web Pages earliest customers, and this migration from a static HTML site to a CMS website is a complete renovation of his earlier site.
Brosi Lab

The Brosi Lab has a new website!

Bee declines are of enormous societal relevance given the central role of bees as pollinators in both natural ecosystems as well as the human agricultural enterprise.  The Brosi Lab tries to understand the causes and implications of bee declines, for both native bees as well as managed honey bees.
Coutu Research Group

The Coutu Research Group has a new website!

The Coutu Research Group and the MEMS and Advanced Microsystems Laboratory in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Marquette University
Aravinda Chakravarti Lab

Aravinda Chakravarti Lab has a new website!

The laboratory of Dr. Aravinda Chakravarti in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Center for Complex Disease Genomics has a new website.
Koh Lab

The Koh Lab has a new website!

The laboratory of Andrew M. Koh, M.D. in the Departments of Pediatrics and Microbiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, has a new website.

The Pendergast Lab has a new website!

The Pendergast Lab researches cancer.
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Friedman Lab

Friedman Lab has a new website!

The Friedman Lab focuses on the organismic interfaces between developmental, phylogenetic and evolutionary biology. Steady advances in the study of the phylogenetic relationships of organisms have provided the raw materials for critical studies of character evolution in plants, animals, fungi, and all other forms of life. Armed with hypotheses of relationships among organisms, we explore how patterns of morphology, anatomy, and reproduction have evolved through the modification of developmental processes.