In our lab we like to go on many adventures for the betterment of science. Along the way we manage to make good friends, build collaborations, and share our work with the world.
Here is where we collect documentary evidence of these adventures of lab members and the friends we work with.
Foreground: projector, laptop. Background: class of (November) 2013
Goulash at the Meat Dungeon, Cesky Krumlov, January 2013
Somayyeh’s leaving? Oh no!
The SMBE 2013 gang in Chicago.
Some of us at the Field Museum, SMBE 2013, Chicago. There is a not-so-subtle joke here that will not be explained.
Alex demonstrates proper technique.
The Beiko lab. But where is everyone?
Getting out of the lab to be a bit more Canadian. The blurriness reflects the blistering pace of the sport.
33 slides in five minutes. Pirate costume is mandatory.
“Gentlemen, let’s go to work.” SMBE Dublin, 2012. Unfortunately the camera had a couple too many.
On the roof in Dublin
Last night at SMBE 2012. Some of us worked so hard that we couldn’t stand anymore.
Unwinding after a long day at iEvoBio 2012
One of several Indian buffet dinners at iEvoBio 2012
After much exploration in Kiel, we finally found what we were looking for.
Mike Porter’s defense. It’s OK, we all have classification issues.
Timothy shooting an Irish Spring commercial!
Five Islands, 2012. Let us never leave this place.
Mike Porter up to his ankles in the Bay of Fundy (last known photo)
The newly minted Dr. Parks with the slightly less new Drs. Beiko and Neufeld.
An exceptional sushi dinner during SMBE 2011
Getting some culture in Toronto (SymBIOTA 2011)
Tenure Cake! With Krishna Mahadevan, Toronto, 2011
There can be only one Boss.
Kejimkujik Park, August 2011.
They’re happy because someone else is portaging the server rack!
Group photo at the “Questioning the Tree of Life” meeting, July 2010
Apparently nothing happened in 2009.
Rob at the (not quite-) southernmost point in Africa, FOSS4G 2008
Mehrdad burning the midnight oil in Barcelona (SMBE 2008)
Breakfast at the Chateau, Whakapapa Village, 2007
A farewell to Brisbane. Mark Ragan’s group, August 2006