University of North Texas

Water research legacy lives on at the University of North Texas

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Researchers in UNT's Institute of Applied Science push the boundaries in the fields of aquatic toxicology, ecosystem restoration and aquatic ecology, while others examine the importance of water through disciplines such as geography, philosophy and film.

St. George's University

  • Global Virus Conference Held at SGU

    Scores of journalists attend workshop to hone their scientific communication skills and better inform the public on news relating to viruses.

University of North Texas

National University of Singapore

University of Roehampton

  • Experts study parkour orang-utans

    No doubt orangutans move around in a very different way to humans, but when it comes to climbing or jumping, people adopt some of the similar methods as their great ape cousins, a new study has found.

The University of Hong Kong

  • Madagascar’s Menagerie Floated From Africa

    Madagascar is home to a ‘bizarre’ repository of creatures, many found nowhere else on Earth. But how they arrived on the island has baffled scientists for centuries. Now, new research seems to confirm the theory that they rafted there.

University of Florida

  • Researchers Create Artificial Reefs for Grouper

    Anybody who’s ever wrestled with a grouper on the end of their line knows these monsters don’t take well to having a hook in their mouth. But the reward for a half hour of fighting that will leave your arms sore for a week can be a fish that offers some of the best eating in the ocean. Unfortunately, the growing demand for grouper sandwiches and improved technology like GPS that can put a charter captain right on top of his favorite grouper spots every time have led to concerns this species is being overfished.