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Science Politely: Games for scientists
Using computers to get closer to nature may not seem intuitive, but in Ecological Modeling that’s what it’s all about.
Science Politely: Men … They just won’t go away
Long peduncles help keep males around in wild papaya populations.
Science Politely: Father knows best
What can fish teach us about the importance of parents? As it turns out, quite a lot! Fish dads show us how a father’s personality can prepare his kids for the dangerous world ahead.
Will Gordy Hulten refuse a grandmother’s right to vote?
New rules for implementing Illinois’ grace period voting could interfere with citizens trying to vote on Tuesday.
Science Politely: The teeth tell the story
A look into the work of a paleontologist who uses fossil teeth to determine how a rapid increase in temperature influenced mammalian ecosystems 55 million years ago.
Science Politely: Why we need bats, and why bats need us
Lisa Powers spends most of her summer standing alone in the woods from dusk till dawn catching bats. Here she explains why that’s not quite as crazy as it sounds.
Science Politely: Everyone and their mother
Brett explains how stressful events can affect us before we’re born.
Amplifying the Signal of Biology at Illinois
It’s 12:00 p.m. Do you know where your biologists are? We are biology at Illinois, and we thought you might be curious to know what we’ve been up to.
Twin City Derby Girls end season with a big win on the road
Guest writer, Cari Rich, returns with another full recap of the TCDG’s latest win.