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Read article: Join Community Scientists for 10th Annual BeeBlitz
Join Community Scientists for 10th Annual BeeBlitz
Calling all community scientists to join us on Saturday, June 22nd, for the 10th annual BeeBlitz! Meet us at the Pollinatarium and Meadowbrook Park in Urbana, IL or go bee spotting in a forest, prairie, or backyard near you! Grab your camera or phone and be ready to snap photos of honey &...
Read article: Ecological Society of America (ESA) recognizes Jeannette Cullum with a Graduate Student Policy Award (GSPA)
Ecological Society of America (ESA) recognizes Jeannette Cullum with a Graduate Student Policy Award (GSPA)
The Ecological Society of America is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2024 Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award (GSPA). Students in the 2024 cohort are engaged in advocacy with an interest in science policy. Awardees will travel to Washington, D.C., for policy, communication...
Read article: Three LAS professors elected AAAS Fellows
Three LAS professors elected AAAS Fellows
Three professors in the College of LAS have been elected 2023 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. They are among the 502 scientists, engineers and innovators recognized for their scientifically and socially distinguished achievements by the world’s largest general...
Read article: Alison Bell is a pioneer in the study of animal personality
Alison Bell is a pioneer in the study of animal personality
A professor from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences been awarded a 2024 Guggenheim Fellowship. Evolution, ecology and behavior professor Alison Bell is among 188 writers, scholars, artists and scientists...
Read article: The sweetness of science
The sweetness of science
Have you ever wondered how plants protect themselves from predators? This is a question Erinn Dady addresses in her research as a graduate student in the Department of Entomology. Dady grew up in Champaign-Urbana. Prior to becoming a...
Read article: Study brings scientists a step closer to successfully growing plants in space
Study brings scientists a step closer to successfully growing plants in space
New, highly stretchable sensors can monitor and transmit plant growth information without human intervention, report University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign researchers in the journal Device. The polymer sensors are resilient to humidity and temperature, can stretch over 400 percent while...

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