In Print

John Durocher (BioSci), Steve Elmer (KIP) PhD student Ian Greenlund, recent graduate Piersan Suriano and Jason Carter published The paper titled “Chronic Standing . . .

Changes in pH cause the rhodol dyes to glow differently, offering insight into diseases
      that affect mitophagy.

Be Brief: Glow

Fluorescent dyes help chemists see the inner workings of disease.

Alumnus Doug Smith (MS-Biology) Featured Article

“Biologist works to separate wolf fact from fiction,” in the Laramie Boomerang. Doug Smith, a senior wildlife biologist in Yellowstone National . . .

The 2019 41 North Film Festival Returns, Oct. 31–Nov. 3

The annual 41 North Film Festival will be held Oct. 31 to Nov. 3 at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. . . .

White pine cells in pelletized whitetail deer fecal matter under a polarized light
      microscope. Image Credit: Grace Parikh

The Prettiest Poop You’ll Ever See (Trust Us)

There’s a method to my microhistology.

In Print

John Durocher (BIO) is a co-author on a paper published in this month’s Journal of Sport and Health Science. This project was . . .