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Monarch butterflies can stomach insecticides hazardous to bees

Monarch butterflies tolerate exposure to neonicotinoids, a widely used class of insecticides, surprisingly well and far better than bees.

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Conservation, freshwater ecosystems, tropical ecology: Pringle’s contributions to the Odum School of Ecology

Catherine Pringle’s path to freshwater ecosystem ecology was a sure one. “From childhood, I’ve been fascinated by nature, spending hours poking around in streams and creeks as a kid,” she

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Green Team connects UGA and middle school students with passion for ecology

University of Georgia students in Alli Injaian’s Urban Ecology service-learning course spent the spring semester sharing their knowledge with aspiring ecologists at Burney-Harris-Lyons Middle School in Athens. These middle school students

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Alumni Spotlight: At the zoo—and around the world—with Shafkat Khan

Almost as soon as Shafkat Khan entered higher education, he knew he’d wind up in applied science. Which is probably why now, his perfect work day is one spent outdoors,

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