Pranav Khandelwal

Pranav Khandelwal

Chapel Hill, NC

Department of Biology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Graduate student

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Published on Jul 05, 2017

And it's a wrap...not quite! update #4

Well, what a ride! All of a sudden we have reached the end of our stay here at Agumbe Rainforest Research Station, and the time has come for the final update from yours truly - Steve, the Field Ass...

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Published on May 08, 2017

Improvisation a.k.a Indian "jugaad"!...update #3

Hello once again from Agumbe Rainforest Research Station! It’s Steve, the Field Assistant, with another update to keep you all posted on our progress here in the beautiful Western G...

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Published on Mar 31, 2017

Lights camera...action! update #2

Hello again from Agumbe Rainforest Research Station! It’s Steve, the Field Assistant, checking in for another update on how it’s all going here.We’re two weeks in now, and while the...

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Published on Mar 12, 2017

Journey so far...update #1

Hello! It’s time for an update to let you all know how the study is going. It’s Steve, the Field Assistant, checking in from the office here at Agumbe Rainforest Research Station.We’re seven days i...

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Published on Mar 04, 2017

Meet Steve!

My name is Steve Rodgie and I’m 27 years old from the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It’s an honour to be accepted for this volunteering internship focusing on the biomechanics of the gliding c...

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Published on Feb 26, 2017

And so it begins!

Hello from the field!We are all set to start our journey understanding the glide of the dragon! Our field site is at the Agumbe Rainforest Research Station (ARRS), located in one of the surviving p...

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Published on Apr 17, 2016

Y'all have made it happen!

This is special! A simple thank you cannot express what this means :) We have achieved the goal in 16 days and it couldn't have been possible without your support! I am excited to take you on this ...

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Thank you for your support! Videos coming soon :)
May 12, 2017
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Thank you! More updates coming up soon!
May 12, 2017
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Thank you!
Mar 15, 2017
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Hey Aravin! I am in the process of putting up a project update! Was working to get the permits for animal handling and travel. I am almost there and will put up a lab note soon :)
Nov 25, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Yes! I will try to make my study and techniques used as accessible as possible to everyone! Thank you for your support!
Apr 19, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Thank you!
Apr 19, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Thank you Sir! :)
Apr 19, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Enjoy reading it every single time! This more or less sums up my first encounter with these fascinating animals! http://www.felis.in/blog/the-draco-a-story-of-colour-speed-grace-and-thrill/
Apr 13, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Thanks Kriti! :) I really appreciate all the support this project is getting. I am positive that this study will lead to some exciting observations and results to share with everyone!
Apr 10, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Thank you! It feels great to see all the support! I am excited to share the outcome of this study with everyone :)
Apr 06, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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Yes! I am looking forward to going back to film these super cool gliders! Your support is making that possible, thank you!
Apr 01, 2016
How the dragon glides: the biomechanics of a flying lizard
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No worries! you're support for such research is what matters! Thanks for posting and showing your support for these fascinating animals! :)
Apr 01, 2016
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