Researchers at U of G are getting a bird’s-eye view of early warning signs of crop damage thanks to the use of drones.
Why aren’t there more lions when there’s plenty of prey on the African savanna? A team of researchers, including integrative biology professors John Fryxell and Kevin McCann, found that relative amounts of predator and prey biomass in diverse ecosystems around the globe are remarkably well-predicted by a simple mathematical function called a power scaling law.
Prof. Stephen Lewis, Department of Psychology, was 15 when he first self-injured by cutting himself. In a TEDx talk delivered earlier this year, Lewis describes how bullying led to a major depression and how over time he became suicidal. The road to recovery was long and difficult, but “I can let others know that as