Meet Dr. Travis Hagey, an assistant professor at Mississippi University for Women investigating how geckos and other lizards with sticky toes climb surfaces. He is also interested in how lizards that live in different environments may have different toes as a result of adapting to their unique habitat. He combines ideas from evolutionary biology and engineering, working with animals in the lab and out in the wild.
For Dr. Hagey’s related talk, click here.
Also check out his partnership with Data Nuggets, where he created an interactive lesson around this topic.
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