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Unexpected Plants and Animals of Indiana: Indiana Bats

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In November 2022, representatives from three US universities visited Vientiane, Laos to support the Applied Nutrition Research Capacity Building...

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Colorado Springs native Jennifer Rackliffe was working toward a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering at Brigham Young University when her...

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Johnson honored for weed science research, outreach and teaching

William G. (Bill) Johnson, professor of weed science in the Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, impacts a wide audience through his work....

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Researchers Aim to Understand Threats to Endangered Least Bell's Vireo

Pat Zollner, professor of wildlife science in the Purdue Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, is the principal investigator on a research...

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Student Profile: Mel Hasler

Student Profile: Mel Hasler

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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Sassafras

Meet Sassafras or Sassafras albidum, which has alternately held leaves that can vary in shape from no lobes to two or three lobes. The medium green...

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