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Biology

Caribou in a river

Who Goes Farthest?

Research Tracks the World’s Longest Wild Animal Terrestrial Migrations and Movements

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Germs in rocket illustration

Students to Send Experiment to International Space Station

Astronauts to Test How Well Bacteria Can Grow on Different Surfaces in Microgravity

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beehives near rapeseed field

Bee Diverse

Research Suggests Less Varied Crops, More Pollinator Dependence Threaten Food Security

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"Does It Fart?" cover art

A Whiff of a Bestseller?

New Book Introduces Kids to Animal Science—Through Flatulence

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Deep sea fish illustration

Deep Color

UMD Researcher Part of Team That Found New Visual Ability in Fishes Living in Sunless Depths

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Marine ribbon worm

New (Re)Generation

Researchers Find Worm Species Have a Suprisingly Recent Ability to Regrow Severed Heads

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Polar bears

Amid a Frozen World, a Data Desert

Scientists Make Urgent Plea for Better Understanding of How Changing Snowscapes Affect Arctic Wildlife

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Orange greening

Saving Citrus?

Professor Develops New Approach to Halt Disease Threatening Florida Farms—and Your Morning OJ

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Arthur Popper's books

Did You Hear?

Emeritus Professor Publishes 67th Book on Auditory Research—and Aims for 100

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"Worlds Within"

An Art and a Science

CMNS Faculty, Staff and Alumni Raise Funds to Keep Artwork

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Frog

Frogs Are “Hanging On”

Biology Researchers Find Amphibians Persisted After Deadly Fungus Outbreak

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Cichlids

How Well Do Fish See Color?

Biologists Study Cichlid Visual Perception and Behavior

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