In A Snake Orgy, Ejaculate Can Get Expensive

Bob Mason and Chris Friesen (PhD, OSU Zoology, 2012) investigated the energy expenditure of garter snakes' mating.

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Snail Genetic Variation Associated With Resistance to Schistosomiasis

Jacob Tennessen and researchers in the Blouin Lab have discovered genes that allow snails to resist infection by schistosomes.

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What the 'False Eyes' of Butterflies Are Really For

Katy Prudic's research helps explain why eyespots are beneficial to butterflies.

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Disrupted Biological Clock Linked to Alzheimer's

The Giebultowicz Lab's research is shedding light on the relationship between biological clocks, sleep patterns and Alzheimer's.

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Lubchenco wins international conservation award

Jane Lubchenco is co-winner of the prestigious Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement for Work in Changing Policy.

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OSU grad student receives Ecological Society student policy award

Natalie Hambalek (Blaustein Lab) received the Ecological Society of America's Graduate Student Policy Award for 2015.

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Genetic discovery may offer new avenue of attack against schistosomiasis

The Blouin Lab's recent discoveries open the door to possible ways to break the transmission cycle of schistosomiasis.

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Rogue Brewery inspired by OSU Science!

The Menge Lab's research has inspired a new beer: Rogue Brewery's Wasted Sea Star Pale Ale.

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Why Monarch Butterflies Need a Helping Hand

Katy Prudic relates the declining populations of butterflies. Read her article to find ways that you can help.

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Don't shake: Snakes are good for your garden

Bob Mason explains the benefits of having snakes in yards and gardens and how to encourage them to stay. 

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