Graduation of the big three!

May 16, 2023

Our three wonderful seniors graduated last week, and we are so proud!


Hot off the presses!

May 15, 2023

Our new chilipepper fossil generates a lot of buzz in the media.


Miranda's work makes CU Today

June 13, 2022

Lantana and its sparkly blue fruits were featured on the news -- second ever case of making blue colorwith lipids!


World Carnivorous Plant Day features a talk from Sukuan!

May 6, 2022

The first Wednesday of May every year is World Carnivorous Plant Day, an international celebration of the diversity and beauty of carnivorous plants. In honor of this day, the International Carnivorous Plant Society organizes a series of events including a online conference. Click here to check out Sukuan's awesome talk...


Congrats to Chelsea on her exit talk!

March 20, 2022

Chelsea presented her thesis work on self-compatibility in tomatillos in the EBIO colloquium.


Tomatillo fruits and calyces don’t grow together

Jan. 2, 2022

Undergraduate researcher Erica describes her fall research project in which she found the inflated calyces of Physalis fruits can hide fruit size differences


Stories from fossil seeds

May 5, 2021

Undergraduate researcher Abel Campos shares his experiences conducting paleobotanical research on Solanaceae seeds.


The wisdom of plants

Feb. 13, 2021

Rocío was interviewed by the newspaper La Nación about plant intelligence.


Welcome to the lab, Agnes!

Sept. 10, 2020

The newest postdoc to join the lab is Agnes Dellinger, an expert in pollination and floral evolution in Melastomataceae.


Uniting early career graduate students with a GRFP workshop

Sept. 3, 2020

Working with the Botanical Society of America, Chelsea organized a Graduate Research Fellowship Program workshop for plant researchers.