Study measures speed of trap-jaw ant boxing
Biologists and mathematicians at the University of Illinois work together to examine the developmental sources of variation within and between species
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Plant biology professor Evan DeLucia and co-authors found that the renewable fuel standard’s greater emphasis on second-generation biofuel can reduce emissions greatly despite economic considerations.
Seven University of Illinois researchers have been named to the Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list for 2015. Among them are two faculty members of the School of Integrative Biology.
U. of I. professor Feng Sheng Hu led a study of carbon cycling and forest fires in the boreal forests of the Yukon Flats in Alaska.
Computer artist Donna Cox, left, entomologist May Berenbaum, center, and athlete Jean Driscoll were featured in the Big Ten Network documentary "Making Their Mark."
How farmers can sustainably, and affordably, meet humanity's growing demand for food and fuel
Biologists and mathematicians at the University of Illinois work together to examine the developmental sources of variation within and between species. Karen Sears, Associate Professor at the School of Integrative Biology and IGB faculty member, coauthored the new study.
U. of I. postdoctoral researcher Katarzyna Glowacka, left, crop sciences professor Erik Sacks, visiting scholar Shailendra Sharma and their colleagues found that chill-tolerant sugarcane hybrids, called “miscanes,” also photosynthesize at lower temperatures.