Carly Scott

Evolutionary Biology

University of Texas at Austin

I’m a PhD student at the University of Texas in evolutionary biology studying genomic responses of corals to changing environments and climates. Stumbling through many different departments to get here, I’ve also developed a passion for (and background in) anthropology and applied math - especially how we can model human impacts to the environment.

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World's highest-dwelling mammal discovered on top of a Chilean volcano

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The yellow-rumped leaf-eared mouse was found nearly a kilometer higher than scientists thought possible for mammals

Puffins captured on film using sticks as a tool to scratch themselves

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It's the first observation of seabirds using tools

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Academia should incentivize mathematicians to make their work more accessible

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Math papers that are difficult to understand prevent scientists from learning about tools they can use in their research

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