A team of ISU researchers recently received a three-year, $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study whether prairie may offer honey bees a suitable source of forage later into the year. If so, honey producers may gain a new way of safeguarding their hives.
Last week, her work earned Ashley Keiser, who graduated from Yale in 2014, the fourth annual F. Herbert Bormann Prize, an award that honors a Forestry and Environmental Studies doctoral student whose work best exemplifies the legacy of the late Yale professor.
A study from Iowa State University researchers casts new light on how biologists understand the likelihood of coextinction among plants and animals that depend on one another for survival.
Post-doctoral candidate, Ashley Keiser, as been selected as a 2017 NatureNet Science Fellow. The postdoctoral program is a partnership between The Nature Conservancy and a “rotating set of the world’s leading Universities”
EEOB graduate students, David Delaney, Erica Baken and Monica Cox were initiated into Sigma Xi on the evening of April 27, 2107.
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