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Squid studies: Squid futures and a new path with new people

Editor's Note: William Gilly, a professor of biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, embarked on new expedition this month to study jumbo squid in the Gulf of California on the National Science Foundation –funded research vessel New Horizon ...

August 3, 2011 — William Gilly

Squid Studies: Dealing with Collapse--Lessons from a Squid?

Editor's Note: William Gilly, a professor of biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, embarked on new expedition this month to study jumbo squid in the Gulf of California on the National Science Foundation–funded research vessel New Horizon ...

July 25, 2011 — William Gilly

Squid Studies: Correction, Connections and Calamar

Editor's Note: William Gilly, a professor of biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, embarked on new expedition this month to study jumbo squid in the Gulf of California on the National Science Foundation–funded research vessel New Horizon...

June 27, 2011 — William Gilly

Squid Studies: Changing Seas and Shrinking Squid

Editor's Note: William Gilly, a professor of biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, embarked on new expedition this month to study jumbo squid in the Gulf of California on the National Science Foundation–funded research vessel New Horizon ...

June 20, 2011 — William Gilly

Squid Studies: Scientists Seeking and Savoring Squid

Editor's Note: William Gilly, a professor of biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, embarked on new expedition this month to study jumbo squid in the Gulf of California on the National Science Foundation–funded research vessel New Horizon ...

June 18, 2011 — William Gilly

Squid Studies: Back to the Sea of Cortez

Editor's Note: William Gilly, a professor of biology at Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station, embarked on new expedition this month to study jumbo squid in the Gulf of California on the National Science Foundation-funded research vessel New Horizon ...

June 17, 2011 — William Gilly

Squid studies: A vision into the future

Editor's Note: Marine biologist William Gilly is on an expedition to study Humboldt squid on the University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System research vessel New Horizon in the Gulf of California...

June 30, 2010 — William Gilly

Squid studies: Escape and impairment

Editor's Note: Marine biologist William Gilly is on an expedition to study Humboldt squid on the University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System research vessel New Horizon in the Gulf of California...

June 29, 2010 — William Gilly

Squid studies: Hope and disappointment

Editor's Note: Marine biologist William Gilly is on an expedition to study Humboldt squid on the University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System research vessel New Horizon in the Gulf of California...

June 27, 2010 — William Gilly

Squid studies: A portal to the cephalopods?

Editor's Note: Marine biologist William Gilly is on an expedition to study Humboldt squid on the University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System research vessel New Horizon in the Gulf of California...

June 21, 2010 — William Gilly
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Scientific American Health & Medicine

Scientific American Health & Medicine