For more details, and to apply, please visit pugetsound.edu/employment (then click on Staff Positions). Interested individuals are encouraged to apply by February 9, 2019 to ensure consideration. Job Description The Pepper Lab at the University of Puget Sound is seeking to hire an excellent research technician. This position is initially available for 1 year with … Continue reading The Pepper Lab is Hiring a Research Technician!
The Pepper Lab will be at the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting in Seattle in 2019. Come to the Student Poster Session (Monday, November 25th 4:15 – 5:15 in the Exhibit Hall) to see Kelsy Bryson’s poster, Effect of Seed Density on Dispersal of Seeds from Wet Splash Cup Plants, and Lukas Karoly’s poster, … Continue reading The Pepper Lab at DFD 2019!
The Pepper Lab, in collaboration with the Computational Imaging Lab at UC Berkeley have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to measure the feeding flow of microscopic sessile suspension feeders in 3D using digital holograph. For more details, see the announcements both from the University of Puget Sound and the NSF. Continue reading Pepper Lab Receives NSF Grant!
Carly Baxter presented her work, Single Versus Group Feeding Patterns in Vorticella convalleria, at the 2018 SICB meeting in San Francisco. Rachel Pepper also presented work on Dispersal of seeds from splash-cup plants and Motivating students to read the textbook before class. Continue reading The Pepper Lab at SICB 2018