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Graduate student keeps her eyes on hives in Hamilton County

Caitlin Jarvist’ research examines hives in Hamilton County to see which ones have the most bees. The amount of honey being produced in each. The health of the bees themselves.

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UTC moving ahead on new Health Science Center, Maclellan renovations

UTC has been granted approval to move ahead with the new Health Science Center as well as renovations to MacLellan Gymnasium.

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Presentation: “Human Pharmaceuticals in our Lakes and Rivers”

Dr. Sean Richards, professor of Biological and Environmental Sciences, will present “Human Pharmaceuticals in our Lakes and Rivers” on January 29, at 3 p.m. in the Raccoon Mountain Rooms of the UTC University Center. This presentation, sponsored by the UTC Chapter of Sigma Xi, is free and open to the public.

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A new addition for the Tree of Life?

It’s where the buffalo still roam in Yellowstone National Park and the snow falls in September—the state of Wyoming is a draw for skiers and hard to imagine as hot…really hot.  Scientists say nearly 36-million years ago, there is evidence breadfruit trees grew there.  They only grow in the tropics today. 

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Dr. James Hill Craddock to speak at Sigma Xi event

Dr. James Hill Craddock, Robert M. Davenport Professor in the UTC Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, will present “A Tree Crop Archetype:  the American chestnut” on April 2nd, at 4 p.m. in the University Center in the Chickamauga Room.

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