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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.
Food System in Focus in New Honors College Lecture
Three leading U of A experts will discuss the legal, economic and environmental implications of food, and why it matters. The Honors College lecture will be Tuesday.
Anthropologist Receives NSF Funding to Explore New Fossil Site in Kenya
The work will lead to a better understanding of the origins of modern humans at the time they migrated out of Africa.
Apparel Merchandising's Cheramie Participating in Climate Reality Training Program
Lance Cheramie, instructor in apparel merchandising and product development, has been selected to participate in the first virtual Climate Reality Leadership Corps Global Training program.
Fossils Reveal Diversity of Animal Species Roaming Europe 2 Million Years Ago
Revival of research at significant paleontological site in Eastern Europe includes focus on when humans migrated to Eurasia from Africa.
Saving Pollinators: Bumpers College Student Hutcherson Relocates Bee Swarms
Caleb Hutcherson, an agricultural economics and agribusiness major in Bumpers College, is a registered beekeeper who relocates bee swarms away from residential areas.
U of A Student Receives Recognition From Udall Scholarship Foundation
Sophie Hill, a University of Arkansas honors junior from Bentonville, has received an honorable mention from the Morris K. and Stewart L. Udall Scholarship Foundation.
Chartwells Celebrates Earth Day
The Chartwells team donned face masks and gloves to pick up debris along the Oak Ridge Trail, while also maintaining physical distance, in honor of Earth Day.
Biologists Give Talk on Slime Molds at International Meeting
Steve Stephenson and Fred Spiegel gave invited lectures at the 10th International Congress on the Systematics and Ecology of Myxomycetes, held Feb. 25-28 in Turrialba, Costa Rica.
Researcher One of Hundreds of Scientists Taking a Deep Look at Deep Carbon
When the carbon cycle gets out of balance and affects the earth's atmosphere, Celina Suarez, associate professor of geosciences, gets interested. Find out more about her work in Research Frontiers.