Biology Archive

Nicholas Port, Indiana University – Subconcussions

Not every athlete with a brain injury has been diagnosed with a concussion. Nicholas Port, associate

Janice Stapley, Monmouth University – Female Student Athletes and Concussions

How do we protect athletes from concussions? Janice Stapley, associate professor of psychology at Monmouth University,

John Kominoski, Florida International University – Dams Drive Risk of Fish Extinction in U.S.

Population changes across the country can lead to extinction of native species. John Kominoski, assistant professor

Jennie Carr, Washington College – Field Sparrows

On Washington College Week: What determines the success or failure of a bird’s nest? Jennie Carr,

Rene Price, Florida International University – Salt Water Intrusion in the Everglades

Fight fire with fire…and water with water? Rene Price, professor of earth and environment at Florida International

Roger Thompson, Stony Brook University – The Last of the Italian Grizzlies

Another powerful empire might be falling right outside Rome. Roger Thompson, Associate Professor of writing &

Ana Jimenez, Colgate University – Canine Life Spans and Size

Small dogs outlive bigger dogs; why? Ana Jimenez, assistant professor of biology at Colgate University, explores

Joanne Donoghue, New York Institute of Technology – Female Runners and Metabolism

On New York Institute of Technology Week:  Eat less and exercise more?  Not always. Joanne Donoghue,

Michael McGrann, William Jessup University – Songbirds and Effects of Climate Change

Climate change is having an impact on the routines of songbirds. Michael McGrann, assistant professor of

Bessie Lawton, West Chester University – Ancestry DNA Tests

DNA tests are becoming more popular in our culture. Bessie Lawton, associate professor of communication studies