A good friend and former colleague of mine, Aman Gill, now works on Bombardier Beetles. And the Bombardier Beetle is in the running for a unique award: having its genome sequenced. How will the Bombardier Beetle win this award? Well, folks, we are pretty well into the new millenium by now, so you probably have guessed it: the Bombardier Beetle needs to win an online popularity contest. That’s the way we want to make all our important scientific decisions, right?
Here’s Aman’s pitch for why you should VOTE BOMBARDIER:
If you want to throw the weight of each of your too many email addresses behind the mighty Bombardier Beetle, you can do so here.
NOTE: I know that April 1st is quickly approaching, but please note that this is not an April Fool’s post. Please consider voting BOMBARDIER.A Minor Post, Adaptation, Behavior, Convergence, Evolution, Experiments (General), Genetics, Natural Selection, Public Outreach, Science (General), Uncategorized