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Dr. Essie Rodgers joins the lab!

Essie with her Ph.D. study organism! How cool would it have been to work on crocs?!

Fantastic news! Dr. Essie Rodgers has just moved to the ANU to join the lab. Essie is an ecophysiologist who comes from a long line of amazing physiology labs. She did a Ph.D. with Craig Franklin and Craig […]

Looking for a Ph.D. student to join the lab

I’m looking to expand the lab group here at the ANU. If you’re interested in doing a Ph.D. with me in an amazing School check out the details below and get in touch!

The Project: The Noble lab (http://biology.anu.edu.au/people/daniel-noble) at the ANU is seeking expressions of interest from high-quality international or domestic candidates interested […]

Tree Skinks Go To School: The Complexities of Social Learning in Lizards

By: Fonti Kar & Julia Riley

“Never study an animal that is smarter than you”

– Dr Martin Whiting

An adult female tree skink after performing the discrimination task we used to quantify their learning ability – she successfully removed the blue lid from this dish and accessed the food reward . […]