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Biology Professor Wins Award, Finds Inspiration From UK's History

Professor James Krupa was recently recognized by the National Association of Biology Teachers.

What's New in Science - Randal Voss Part 2

Part 2 : Mutation, Selection and Genetic Drift Professor Randal Voss of the University of Kentucky Biology Department talks about understanding evolution through the human genome.

What's New in Science - Randal Voss Part 3

Part 3: New Frontier: Understanding Evolution at the Genome Level Professor Randal Voss of the University of Kentucky Biology Department talks about understanding evolution through the human genome.

Randall Voss | Salamander Research at UK

UK Biologist Randall Voss is studying salamander regeneration—something that may one day help people with spinal cord and limb injuries.

UK Professors Engage High School Science Teachers

The University of Kentucky Biology, Physics and Astronomy, Chemistry, and Psychology departments are reaching out to area high school science teachers and teaching them something new: what's new in science.

What Lamprey May Teach Us: Gene Rearrangement with Jeramiah Smith

Jeramiah Smith is a professor and researcher in the Department of Biology. Smith's research focuses on gene rearragnement, with a specific focus on the genes of Lamprey, a species of aquatic vertebrate. In this podcast, Smith explains why Lamprey DNA is important to humans and where his research is headed.

This podcast was produced by Sam Burchett.

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What's New in Science - Randal Voss

Professor Randal Voss of the University of Kentucky Biology Department talks about understanding evolution through the human genome.

Fighting Alzheimer's with Antioxidants: Allan Butterfield

Allan Butterfield is UK's Alumni Association Endowed Professor of Biological Chemistry at UK, and the Director of the Center for Membrane Sciences.

The focus of his research is the study of oxidative stress on the brain, one of the main components of Alzheimer's Disease.

In this podcast, Professor Butterfield discusses his research group's experiments and results, and talks about fighting the disease by stimulating the brain's production of antioxidants.

This podcast was produced by Stephen Gordinier.

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BIO 152: Principles of Biology II - Introduction

The second semester of an integrated one-year sequence (BIO 150 and 152) that is designed to develop understanding and appreciation for the diverse forms of plant and animal life, and their relationships to each other and to their environment. Structure and function relationships will be explored at many levels of organization: cell, tissue, organ, organism, population and community. Prereq: CHE 105, or Math ACT of 26 or above plus concurrent enrollment in CHE 105, or chemistry placement test passed plus concurrent enrollment in CHE 105.

Two Chosen to Receive Honorary Degrees at UK's May Commencement

The University of Kentucky Board of Trustees approved honorary degrees to be presented at the May Commencement to professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and NASA researcher Vijay K. Dhir, as well as biology professor and president of the University of Iowa, Sally Mason

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