Reassessing Those Rattlers

There are more species of rattlesnake slithering around western North America than previously thought. That’s the conclusion of a new study conducted by University of Arkansas biologists Michael Doug...

Engineering a New Program

German automakers have been renowned for their engineering expertise since the invention of the automobile. Connor Heo is well aware of that history. “I’m really interested in trying to make internal...

Where You Live and What You Eat

To a large degree, your zip code, county, and continent determine your access to what, and how much, you have to eat. That’s the theme of a recent book edited by University of Arkansas sociology prof...

The Diversity of Damselflies

As an evolutionary ecologist, Adam Siepielski is interested in combining evolutionary and ecological studies to understand what shapes the diversity and abundance of species in an environment. “One o...

Revealing the Secrets of Machu Picchu

Researchers in the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies at the University of Arkansas have traveled around the world using their advanced remote sensing technology to provide a 3-D perspective of...

Slime Molds Going Digital

Steve Stephenson uses a key to unlock one of the nine tall metal doors that protect the largest collection of slime molds in the United States. Inside are neatly stacked cardboard shelf boxes with la...