Nebraska’s Jay Storz and an international research team have uncovered hints of the adaptations that could explain how the gelada monkey subsists on the thin air of the Ethiopian Highlands.
Through her positive attitude and an ability to take on any task, Nebraska’s Sarah Fredregill helps maintain financial order for Huskers in the Department of Chemistry.
Two units, two students, and four faculty in the college were recognized at the Women's History Month Celebration on March 24. The School of Biological Sciences and the Deparmen
Students recently selected two works of art by Mel Chin to be added to the collection of Sheldon Museum of Art. On March 24, the artist will join students and faculty in presenting a cross-disciplinary conversation about the works and green remediation.
Miyauna Incarnato is a biological sciences graduate student from Akron, Ohio. Through her research, she’s helping protect beneficial pollinators and showing others they can succeed in STEM too. Click through to learn more.
Researchers have overlooked especially minuscule gene fragments that are critical to the assembly of cellular machinery and could help better trace the evolutionary history of plants, says a new study.