University of Toledo
Dr. Jack Schultz will present a seminar titled “Talking trees and babbling bushes: How plants communicate with each other” at the Saturday Morning Science, at 10:00am, in Memorial Field House, room 2100, of the University of Toledo.
Three University of Toledo researchers have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in recognition of their important contributions to scientific discovery.
The UT faculty members who are among the 396 AAAS Fellows elected in 2017 are Dr. Heidi Appel, dean of the Jesup Scott Honors College and professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences; Dr. Karen Bjorkman, dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Distinguished University Professor of Astronomy, and Helen Luedtke Brooks Endowed Professor of Astronomy; and Dr. Steven Federman, professor of astronomy.
AAAS is the world’s largest multidisciplinary scientific and engineering society. Since 1874, it has elected Fellows to recognize members for their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.
Dr. Jack Schultz will present a seminar titled “Darwin’s Peach: Molecular and Developmental Basis of Plant Gall Formation by Insects” to the Department of the Environmental Sciences of the University of Toledo at 4:00pm in Bowman-Oddy Laboratories, room BO 1049.
Dr. Heidi Appel will present a seminar titled “Plants Sensing Danger: the surprising role of vibration detection” to the Department of Biological Sciences of the Bowling Green State University at 3:30pm in 112 Life Science Building.
The Schultz-Appel Chemical Ecology Lab moved to the University of Toledo.