With a grant from the National Science Foundation, a Husker research team is expanding a program aimed at helping STEM students from underrepresented backgrounds succeed academically, professionally and personally as they progress through the first two years of their college careers.
A new analysis of fossils from 2,000-plus mammals in Texas suggests that the loss of large-bodied, plant-eating species can leave ecological voids that smaller herbivores are ill-equipped to fill.
The combination of dogged field expeditions and machine learning algorithms has revealed that hyena calls feature signatures unique to individuals — a form of caller ID distinct enough that hyenas can likely tell one from another.
A novel experiment from Nebraska’s Reilly Cooper and colleagues has demonstrated the resilience of the microbiome — and potential consequences of developing in isolation.
In belting out a parody of “Super Freak” that would make “Weird Al” Yankovic proud, Crystal Uminski recently put on a show that earned her cheers, a $1,000 prize and a place atop the latest science slam from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
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