Finding a Pattern in the Fungi

For more than a decade, two mycologists on opposite ends of the world have collaborated on studies of a large and diverse group of fungi known as pyrenomycetes. Their research has yielded several gen...

The Buzz on Arkansas Delta Bees

While the rest of us try to avoid bees, Phillip Stephenson is spending his second summer surrounded by the hovering, buzzing insects. Stephenson, a master’s student in the Department of Biological Sc...

Damselflies in Distress

Crouched on the shore of Lake Wilson, University of Arkansas biologist Adam Siepielski looked closely into a clear plastic cup. Inside was a female damselfly – a winged insect that is similar to the ...

Those Wonderful Warblers

This is the first in a series of guest posts from Mitchell Pruitt, a recent honors graduate of the University of Arkansas who will continue his studies at the university as a graduate student in the ...

Fulbright Scholar Focuses on Fungi

Mourad Ben Hassine Ben Ali is studying the connection between fungi and trees as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of Arkansas in the Department of Biological Sciences. Mourad is carryin...

Meat Science

There’s science behind the packages of raw chicken and beef that are stocked daily in your local supermarket. Meat science. The University of Arkansas is a world leader in published research on the s...