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27 August 2016:
Nevo Sagi was accepted to the prestigious Hebrew University "MADA program" for exceptional graduate students in life sciences. Congratulations Nevo!
27 July 2016:
Topaz was accepted to the very prestigious History and Philosophy of Science program at the University of Cambridge- Congratulations Topaz!
18 July 2016:
Topaz & Dror's paper "Movement correlates of lizards’ dorsal pigmentation patterns" is now online at Functional Ecology
5 July 2016:
Moshe Zaguri was accepted to the prestigious Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Program for outstanding doctoral students - congratulations Mush!
28 June 2016:
David Raubenheimer joins our group at the Israeli Institute of Advanced Studies
Dror has received an Israel Science Foundation (ISF) Laboratory-Equipment for New Faculty grant. The $165,000 will be used to buy equipment.
25 June 2016:
Mush and Dror's paper "Fear and below-ground food-webs" is now online here.
18 June 2016: Mush and Dror's paper "Fear and below-ground food-webs" was accepted to Soil Biology & Biochemistry.
16 June 2016: Topaz's paper "Movement correlates of lizards’ dorsal pigmentation patterns" was accepted to Functional Ecology- congratulations Topaz!
8 June 2016: Our summer program at the Israel Institute of Advanced Studies has begun! David Wardle, Mark Bradford, Maria Thaker, Eli Geffen and Michael Sheriff have arrived and already hard at work developing a new framework for stress ecology.
April 2016: Topaz Halperin has completed her master's degree with distinction. Congratulations!
Dror has received a prestigious European Research Council (ERC) starting grant.
The €1.38 million five-year grant will be directed towards the project "Physiological
Reaction to Predation- A General Way to Link Individuals to Ecosystems"
Dror has received an Israel Science Foundation (ISF) grant. The $288,000 four-year grant will be directed toward the project "Empirical examination of a new theoretical framework that uses prey physiological reaction to
predation to explain context-dependent variation in ecosystem functioning"