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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.

First Successful Lab Breeding of Rare Caribbean Coral Species (13 March 2015)

Lin honored with 2015 Shewhart Medal from the American Society for Quality (11 March 2015)

Katriona Shea Appointed Alumni Professor in the Biological Sciences (11 March 2015)

"Pushing Science Beyond Einstein" is a free public lecture on February 28, 2015 (Event Date: 28 February 2015) (100 Thomas Building, from 28 February 2015 11:00 AM to 28 February 2015 01:00 PM)

"Using General Relativity to Discover Planets" is a free public lecture on February 21, 2015 (Event Date: 21 February 2015) (100 Thomas Building, from 21 February 2015 11:00 AM to 21 February 2015 01:00 PM)

Complex nerve-cell signaling traced back to common ancestor of humans and sea anemones (16 February 2015)

Dragonfly gut infections suggest environmental role in obesity (11 February 2015)

Lin receives William G. Hunter Award (10 February 2015)

"Capturing the Birth Cries of Black Holes" is a free public lecture on February 14, 2015 (Event Date: 14 February 2015) (100 Thomas Building, from 14 February 2015 11:00 AM to 14 February 2015 01:00 PM)

Andrew Read named Eberly Professor in Biotechnology (9 February 2015)

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