From 50,000 to 6,000 years ago, many large grazers went extinct. The loss of these large species triggered a dramatic increase in fire activity across the world’s grasslands.
U engineer develops diagnostic tool for breast cancer that can be used more frequently and with younger patients.
Funds generated from membership initiation fees will support scholarships for U students.
The School of Computing received more than $1.4 million to launch a new graduate-level degree and course certificates.
A first-of-its-kind study found that evolutionary history has the strongest influence in both wild and captive woodrats’ microbiomes.
U researcher co-authors paper on disproportionate impacts of barriers to internet access.
The longest continuously monitored methane emissions record shows how market forces and oilfield practices can impact greenhouse gas emissions.
The U celebrated both the 2021 and 2020 honorees in the annual Veterans Day ceremony.
U engineers develop a process that turns ordinary clothing into biosensors that measures a muscle’s electrical activity as it is worn.
The newly identified Campana cell could play a role in visual signal processing.