Dr. Haldre Rogers outlined how an invasive species of snake is affecting the regeneration of trees on the island of Guam over a span of decades.
This week the ISU-based Iowa Monarch Conservation Consortium released its official strategy for supporting recovery of the monarch butterfly population in Iowa and across North America.
Do bees get the flu? New Iowa State University research shows honey bee viruses are found in wild bees, though it is unclear how much this contributes to declines in wild bee populations.
Dr. Eric Gangloff is among the most recent recipients of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellowship. The fellowship, provided by the European Commission, supports the most promising individual researchers from around the world.
A house in the new Geoffroy Hall has been named for Lois Tiffany, widely renowned mycologist, past Chair of the former ISU Botany Department, and faculty member with over 50 years of service to Iowa State University.
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- Experimental assessment of winter conditions on turtle nesting behaviour