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Department of Biological Sciences

Twenty students to study sustainability in Cuba

"Cuba and the complexities of sustainability," a study abroad program continues through June 11.

Posted on: Thu 29 May 2014

Gerard A. O’Donovan, professor, Department of Biological Sciences

O'Donovan was chair of the department from 1984 to 2001.

Posted on: Fri 21 February 2014

Gabriel Carranza chosen for Fulbright Specialist Project

The assistant vice provost for global engagement will travel to Brazil in the fall and in the spring to build a university-alumni relationship program.

Posted on: Thu 10 October 2013

Biology researcher outlines how plants signal distress

The work of Ron Mittler, recently published in the American Society of Plant Biologists' journal "The Plant Cell," shows how heat, disease and other factors help plants defend and prepare iteself.

Posted on: Tue 01 October 2013

Award winning faculty members reveal how they help students succeed

Learn how Randolph "Mike" Campbell, Ruthanne "Rudi" Thompson and Angela Wilson -- who will be honored during Salute to Faculty Excellence Week -- encourage students to reach their goals.

Posted on: Mon 23 September 2013

UNT Quail receives funding for conservation research

The program received more than $100,00 from the statewide Quail Coalition for research on area Bobwhite Quail populations.

Posted on: Wed 21 August 2013

Researcher aims to feed the world one fish at a time

Ione Hunt von Herbing, associate professor of biological sciences and director of the Marine Conservation and Aquatic Physiology Laboratory, promotes benefits of aquaponics, probiotics for sustainable food production.

Posted on: Tue 20 August 2013

Soccer complex named for retired professor G. Roland Vela

Vela, who taught at UNT from 1965 to 2000, was the first Latino professor at UNT to receive tenure and the first Latino to serve on the Denton City Council.

Posted on: Mon 12 August 2013

Kennedy discusses zebra mussel problem on CBS

The Regents professor of biology appeared on "CBS This Morning." Watch the segment.

Posted on: Fri 09 August 2013

Plant science discoveries open doors for new bioproducts

Distinguished Research Professor Richard Dixon spearheaded the research of lignin, a substance found in plants, and the team found ways to modify it in ways previously thought impossible.

Posted on: Mon 05 August 2013

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