USF researchers show invasive sparrows immune cells sharpen as they spread [11.20.2013]
When invasive species move into new areas, they often lose their natural enemies, including the microbes that make them sick. But new research from evolutionary biologists at the University of South Florida has found that adjustments in the immune system may help house sparrows, one of the world’s most common bird species, thrive in new areas.
New USF professor receives WIDER grant [10.18.2013]
New University of South Florida researcher Luanna Prevost recently received a National Science Foundation Widening Implementation & Demonstration of Evidence-Based Reforms (WIDER) grant for $55,000 to study how linguistic software can be used to help faculty assess and improve student learning in biology courses.
IB professor receives NSF grant, invitation to speak in India [10.16.2013]
University of South Florida researcher Kathleen Scott has received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Integrative Organismal Systems, together with Peter Girguis from Harvard University. USF was awarded $320,000 from the grant.
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