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Chronic illness causes less harm when carnivores cooperate

Gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park have given researchers the first scientific evidence from wild mammals that living in a group can lessen the impacts of a chronic disease. The research also is one of the first studies to measure the costs of infected non-human individuals of any species on members of their group.

Booker named an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (22 May 2015)

Andrew Read elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society (21 May 2015)

Astrobiology students explore alien environment on Earth (20 May 2015)

Chronic illness causes less harm when carnivores cooperate (17 May 2015)

Rao Prize Conference on May 14, 2015 features statistics prize winners (12 May 2015)

Schreyer Scholar credited with co-discovery of new pulsar: Never-before-seen star found during NSF-funded educational outreach program (11 May 2015)

Augustin Banyaga Named Distinguished Senior Scholar (11 May 2015)

Charles Fisher Named Distinguished Senior Scholar (11 May 2015)

Physics major Jacob Wisser awarded a Goldwater Scholarship (7 May 2015)

Mallouk elected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences (6 May 2015)

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