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Ungar's New Book, 'Evolution's Bite,' to Be Released in May by Princeton Press
Renowned anthropologist Peter Ungar’s latest book follows dietary clues from fossil teeth to trace the impact of diet on human evolution.
Watercolor and Cooking Classes, Gardening Workshops, Mother's Day Concert on Tap for May at Garvan Gardens
Mid-spring at Garvan Woodland Gardens brings workshops on gardening and tree planting, watercolor and cooking classes, and a Mother's Day concert of handbell music.
'Jens Jensen: The Living Green' Film Screening, Director Discussion April 21
A screening of the documentary film Jens Jensen: The Living Green, which explores the Prairie Style landscape architect and the Midwest's first great conservationist, will be shown at noon April 21.
Earth Week at the U of A Celebration Events Start Today, Run All Week
The Office for Sustainability, Associated Student Government, Net Impact RSO and University Programs are sponsoring the events.
Join UP for Earth Day on April 21
University Programs hosts Earth Day at 11 a.m. Friday, April 21, on the Union Mall.
NASA Astrophysicist Amber Straughn to Lecture on Search for Origins of Life
Honors College alumna to share an inside view of the new James Webb Space Telescope, the world’s most powerful telescope.
New Lab Helps Scientists Study the Earth's Oldest Fossils, Minerals, Rocks
TRAIL is one of a handful of facilities nationwide capable of advanced research applicable to Earth sciences, and other fields.
The Wildlife Society Members Have Best Conclave Finish in Program History
Members of The Wildlife Society chapter at the University of Arkansas participated in the 2017 Southeastern Wildlife Conclave this month.
Research Questions Effectiveness of Translocation Conservation Method
Supplementing greater prairie chicken populations in Illinois with birds from other areas did not increase genetic diversity, study finds.
Relationship Between Oral Health and Shift from Wild to Agri Diets is Nuanced
Study on oral health of the Hadza, the last hunter-gatherers in Africa, challenges long-held conventional wisdom about diet and oral health.