Michael Camponovo and Nathan McKinney joined the staff of the Department of Geography in August 2016 for one reason: to build the geographic information system (GIS) program. “Our goal is...
- Species at the Extremes of the Food Chain Evolve Faster, Study SaysAccording to a study co-authored by PhD candidate, Samuel Borstein, reef fish species at the extremes of the food chain evolve faster than fish species in the middle of the food chain with a more varied diet.
- History, French Professors Awarded National Humanities FellowshipsProfessors Sara Ritchey and Anne-Hélène Miller were awarded yearlong fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support their research into medieval history and literature.
- Expert on Climate Change: Giving Up Is Not an OptionAs COP24 comes to an end, David Anderson, a professor in UT’s Department of Anthropology, answers some of the most important questions about the impact of the conference and the future of climate action.
- Relationship Between Low Income and Obesity is Relatively NewA new study co-authored by Alex Bentley, head of UT Department of Anthropology, says the relationship between poverty and obesity is only about 30 years old.
- Underground Life Has a Carbon Mass Hundreds of Times Larger Than Humans’Microorganisms living underneath the surface of the earth have a total carbon mass of 15 to 23 billion tons, hundreds of times more than that of humans, according to findings announced by the Deep Carbon Observatory and coauthored by UT Professor of Microbiology Karen Lloyd.
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