This web site contains the contents of an important program initiated by a grant to ISU from the National Science Foundation to advance women faculty in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Dr. Janzen participates actively in these efforts both on and off campus.
EvoNet contains the web and email addresses of many of the people, labs, and departments working in evolutionary biology and related fields. In addition, it contains pointers to many other useful resources in evolutionary biology, such as software, journals, societies, and other web sites.
GenBank is the NIH genetic sequence database, a source where you can look up a particular sequence of DNA from all publicly available DNA sequences. The NCBI taxonomy homepage contains links to a taxonomy browser to help find the sequences you need.
News (articles, programs, updates, etc.) for the phylogenetic community, as well as a forum for questions and discussion, links to labs, programs, etc., and eventually downloads of scripts and how-tos (and more).
A reference to an important recent meeting of many top turtle biologists in the world. Related to the conference is the following web page on the Turtle Crisis, regarding devastating, continuing losses of up to 50% of turtle species worldwide.