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Author: Steve Miller

UW students use Landsat data to solve family land issues

Two University of Wyoming agroecology majors are using free satellite images to help knock out musk thistle strangling rangeland productivity and to scrutinize the effects of damage into the future from a heavy rain-caused event washing away dry beans.


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UW scientist collaborates to investigate protein shape shifting

University of Wyoming researchers in collaboration with others across the U.S. will begin investigating how environments can turn proteins into jacks-of-all-trades journeymen.

Molecular biologist Thomas Boothby’s laboratory is part of a National Science Foundation $992,485 three-tier study that will examine …

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UW laboratory’s tardigrade research featured online

A University of Wyoming molecular biologist’s tardigrade research is being featured in a video story by WIRED.

Thomas Boothby and his research team in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources study tardigrades to see how the creatures can withstand …

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Food safety first, even with wild game

Wild game hunting seasons are upon us! 

Wyoming is host to a wide variety of game species that range in size from small bird species to larger ungulates such as moose and bison. Safe practices ensure clean and quality meat …

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