S/o to Irish colleagues, Drs. Luke McDonald and Maria McNamara. Our paper on "Brilliant angle-independent structural colours preserved in weevil scales from the Swiss Pleistocene" is now out in Biology Letters
Here are links to the article: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsbl.2020.0063
and the accompanying Argonne National Lab and Yale-NUS press releases
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Welcome to our Evolutionary Photonics lab, where we hang out at the interface of organismal, evolutionary, and developmental biology, soft matter physics, biomaterials, biophotonics, and biomimetics. We are interested in a precise, holistic understanding of bio-photonic nano-structures underlying animal and plant structural coloration (both iridescent and non-iridescent colors; both extant and extinct) in terms of their optical and biological function, development, evolution, and biomimetic and bio-inspired technological applications!