Prof. Farrell is spending one year at Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD) in the Dominican Republic as a Fulbright Scholar.
Current research extends the evolution of insect-plant interactions to other trophic levels through a broad collaboration in the beetle Tree of Life project.
A new research dimension in the lab concerns the acoustic signals produced for mating and territory defense. More
News & Press: 2001—2003
|Brian Farrell in Bugdom feature article in Harvard Magazine - Comprehensive article about Prof. Farrell's initiatives in the Dominican Republic.|
|Harvard Students Build Dominican Insect Database in the Harvard University Gazette - Farrell class combines high technology, fieldwork to jump start national collection|
|Brian Farrell Meets the Beetles in the Harvard University Gazette - Understanding beetle biodiversity and their effects on agriculture|
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