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Yes, allergy seasons are getting worse. Blame climate change.

If you live with seasonal allergies and feel like the pollen seasons feel longer and longer every year, you may be right.


Mysterious magnetic fossils offer past climate clues

New method preserves these rare samples for scientific analysis


How do U…participate in crowdsourced science?

Join in research projects from the comfort of your own home.


How do politics and perceived risk affect vaccination willingness?

A pre-COVID study explores how we perceive disease risk.


Fossil species named for U professor Kathleen Ritterbush

Name honors Ritterbush’s research in the rock formation where the fossil shell was found.


What is sedition? What’s the 25th Amendment?

Questions abound in the wake of violence at the Capitol. Political scientist James Curry offers some answers.


U to train adapted physical education and speech-language pathology professionals with $1M grant

U.S. Department of Education grant funds interdisciplinary training for professionals who support children experiencing disability.


Pandemic recession and recovery

Learn from a U economics professor how the pandemic recession compares to a bungee jump.


$1M grant helps U prepare teachers and therapists in deafblindness education

Special education teachers and occupational therapists will learn together how to meet deafblind students’ needs.


Top stories of 2020: How to think positively when it feels like the world is falling apart

Pandemics, tragedies and disasters aren’t going away anytime soon. But positive thinking can help you cope.