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Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
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Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton
Fake caterpillars get real results for Edmonton biological scientist
Published
Three thousand fake caterpillars are helping scientists understand species interactions around the world. David Hik, a professor in the University of Alberta’s Department of Biological Sciences, was the Canadian lead on a study that saw plasticine caterpillars glued to plants to trick predators a...
Published at Metro Edmonton