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Seminar on 'Darwin's Mad Dream: What Error and Invention Tell Us about How Science Works' Tomorrow
This talk will focus on two of Darwin's errors, including his "Mad Dream" of pangenesis, an idea he proposed to describe the rules of inheritance and explain variation.
Seminar on 'Ligand-Receptor Interactions in Midline Axon Guidance' on Friday
The U of A's Tim Evans will give a virtual seminar titled "Ligand-receptor interactions in midline axon guidance" on Zoom from 4-5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2. The talk is free and open to the public.
UA Integrative Systems Neuroscience Seminar Series Presents Arianna Tamvacakis
Arianna Tamvacakis, a postdoctoral fellow at the Nakanish Lab of the U of A Department of Biological Sciences, will give a virtual talk at noon Thursday, Oct. 8.
Biologists Developing Global Citizen Network to Monitor Insect Abundance
A University of Arkansas scientist is part of an international team working to establish a network to track dragonflies and damselflies.
Researchers Create New Tool for Controlling Genes in Methanogens
The finding will make research into areas such as climate change and biofuels cheaper, faster and more efficient.
New Lab Coat Dispensing System Helps Keep Research Areas Safer
U of A researchers have developed new lab procedures to help keep students, faculty and staff safe. One new practice recently adopted is a set of automatic lab coat dispensing and return units.
U of A's Fulbright College Introduces 2020 Sturgis Fellows
Five incoming freshmen have received one of the university’s oldest and most prestigious fellowships, each worth $72,000.
Southeast Arkansan Middle School Students Take on COVID-19 During Biomedical Research Camp
This summer, the U of A's 2020 Biomedical Research Camp went virtual while also taking the topic of COVID-19 head-on.
Four Fulbright College Honors Program Graduates Receive 2020 Hantz Awards
Fulbright College Honors Program Graduates Kathryn Judy, Winson Chee, Jake Price and Anna Cunningham are the recipents of the 2020 Harold D. Hantz Awards.
New Nano Drug Candidate Kills Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells
The discovery will help clinicians target breast cancer cells directly, while avoiding the adverse, toxic side effects of chemotherapy.