A group of scientists offers photographic proof of climate change using images of glaciers in a new paper appearing in GSA Today. Along with Gregory Baker of the University of Kansas, co-authors include an Emmy Award-winning documentarian and a...
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Just-published findings from a behavioral study with rats show a compound called “KU-32" prevents cognitive decline in rats caused by chemotherapy treatment. KU-32 works by inducing the heat shock response, which protects cells and may counteract...
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A University of Kansas researcher has examined a collection of literary hymns from 14th-century Kashmir to argue that carefully-constructed poetry has been a key feature of prayer in India for centuries.
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In addition to $30,000 to support completion of her dissertation and related research, Bridget Cho will have the opportunity to participate in a peer-learning network of fellows, their academic and policy mentors, expert researchers and policymakers.
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Christopher Drahozal, a KU law professor, is helping lead an effort to improve international arbitration cases, which hold billions of dollars and government regulations in the balance. He's doing so by making more information available on people...
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‘Weather Whiplash’ Triggered by Changing Climate Will Degrade Midwest’s Drinking Water, Researchers Say
Researchers at the University of Kansas have published findings showing weather whiplash in the American Midwest’s agricultural regions will drive the deterioration of water quality, forcing municipalities to seek costly remedies to provide safe...
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According to a new study, it appears humanlike products do keep people from seeking out normal human interaction, which is typically how people try to recover from loneliness. However, there are limits to this phenomenon, and the long-term...
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A University of Kansas professor examines conditions in German politics dating back to 2013 to find a window into the recent gains of fringe parties in Europe and the United States, which includes the Trump election and the Brexit vote.
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'Fearless Girl' Statue Dispute Can Push Issue of What Rights of Integrity Mean for Artists, Copyright Law Expert Says
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Utah's Addition of E-Sports Program Will Spur Other Power Conference Schools to Do Same, Professor Says
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Triggering of Article 50 Sets UK on Path of 'Most Complex Negotiations Since Decolonization,' Prof Says
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Court Ruling Confirms Schools Must Help Students with Disabilities Make Meaningful Progress, Professors Say
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