|Seminars and Events at the MVZ and
on the Berkeley Campus
Berkeley Natural Histsory Museums Biodiversity Informatics
Click here for a weekly listing of seminars in Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Science
The MVZ holds an annual open house in conjunction with UC Berkeley's Cal Day, with special displays that highlight the collections and diversity of vertebrates. Visitors get a chance to see and handle a variety of live animals, including snakes, and to chat with faculty, staff, and students about research or classes on biology and natural history at UC Berkeley. This is the only day of the year that the Museum is open to the public. Click here for recent Cal Day pictures from the MVZ.
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MVZ News Feed
Jul 08, 2016
A recent publication by MVZ graduate student, Alexander Stubbs and co-author Christopher Stubbs (Harvard) titled, "Spectral discrimination in color blind animals via chromatic aberration and pupil shape" was featured in Berkeley News this week. The PNAS article presents a mechanism by which "color-blind" animals may be able to distinguish colors using cephalopods as a specific example.
May 20, 2016
In the article, "Time and Motion Study" Tali explains how technology can make zoologists more productive.