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Aggie Transcript Interview—Dr. Walter Leal

By Bukre Coskun, Cell Biology, ‘18

Author’s Note:

“As a student in Professor Walter Leal’s biochemistry class, I was inspired by his dedication to motivating students and obvious enthusiasm for his field of research. 2,240 more words

Special Report

The Prairie Prognosticator

Perhaps this leaf-footed bug (Leptoglossus phyllopus) roaming the remains of a past-its-prime yellow thistle is named Merlin. With the help of his crystal ball, he no doubt has seen the future, and he knows that summer is coming. 6 more words

Nature

Surprise Delivery

via Daily Prompt: Territory

(http://milanvopalensky.deviantart.com/art/Surprises-671588602)

The courier was eager for me to sign for the package and get away. We both hid our persistent shivering from one another. 2,071 more words

Women

A Bee Appreciation (and Awareness) Post

By Chantele Karim, Biological Sciences, ’17

Author’s note:

“Over the past few years, I have noticed an increase in media attention directed toward bees. Although the presence of issues regarding bees in the United States was rather clear to me, their magnanimity remained largely obscure. 705 more words

Ucdavis

Panic! Bugs! Cicadas!

The Cicadas are coming! Look to the Old North Tower for a signal! One if they are digging up from under the land, and two if they’re, uh, digging up from under the land. 329 more words

Media

Tiny Insects Large Enough To Eat Your Face

Levon Bliss uses microscopic lenses and a host of advanced photographic techniques to reveal the terrifying and beautiful creatures all around us.

Art & Design