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Peter Ungar, Distinguished Professor of anthropology and director of the Environmental Dynamics Program, will contribute to a two-year project studying the impact of climate change on the environment of the Yamal Peninsula of Russian Siberia. 

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The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture is hosting a hops workshop Aug. 15 in Clarksville with a registration deadline of Aug. 12. One participant in the event's grower panel discussion is Br. Basil Taylor, a monk who brews beer for Country Monks Brewing at Subiaco Abbey.

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On remnant lush native tallgrass prairies in Arkansas, a team of University of Arkansas Willson Lab biologists over the past two summers have discovered rare reptiles and amphibians, some in need of ecological conservation.

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Summer heat can mean a rise in power demand. We speak with Alan Mantooth, Distinguished Professor of electrical engineering and executive director of the National Center for Reliable Electric Power Transmission, about how research at the University of Arkansas is connected to the future of power distribution.

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A recent article published by two University of Arkansas professors and a colleague from Kansas State University suggests modest economic incentives could eliminate Ghana’s use of child labor in the cocoa industry. We speak with Jeff Luckstead, who is one of the authors and researchers, about their findings. 

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