A 30-year study in Tanzania shows temperature-linked population declines in species important to forests.
In 1991, a volcano in the Philippines had the second-most powerful volcanic eruption of the 20th century. Its effects were devastating—but a mouse feared to have gone extinct survived.
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Featuring the best of what campus has to offer in the worlds of art, science, nature and beyond is the 2020 University Print & Mail Services Calendar, available online and at the Campus Store.
U project provides students with hands-on learning opportunities to make a difference.
From slug slime to whale flippers to electrical shocks, organisms have “engineered” impressive tactics to make a living on planet Earth. The museum’s special exhibit explains how some species glide through the air, endure extreme temperatures or crush 8,000 pounds in a single bite.
Newly discovered, nearly complete Tyrannosaur skeleton found in Grand Staircase Escalante.
Happy National Fossil Day! Natural History Museum of Utah volunteers Ann and Randy Johnson contribute to the discovery and research of the natural world and its past.
This special edition of @theU provides a look back at the U’s inspiring stories of 2016.
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