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Hanna's 'Rendezvous' to raise funds for Montana grizzly research

Hanna's 'Rendezvous' to raise funds for Montana grizzly research

WOODS BAY — When “Jungle Jack” Hanna tells you that people donate money to people, not causes, you might think he’s tooting his own horn — especially since the TV talk show regular is hosting a fundraiser at his farm between Woods Bay and Bigfork next month.

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Study looks at how Wyoming wolverines react to recreation

JACKSON, Wyo. — Researchers are studying the effects of winter recreation on wolverines in northwest Wyoming.

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UW gets grant for research aircraft

LARAMIE, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming's King Air research aircraft will benefit from a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Research under way in Billings on new flu medication

Research under way in Billings on new flu medication

A medical research facility in Billings is looking for about 50 people who have the flu to participate in a nationwide clinical study to help evaluate a medication that could relieve flu symptoms faster.

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Corvallis ag research center losing only scientist

CORVALLIS — A Western Montana agricultural research center is losing its only scientist, leaving some concerned about the future of the 106-year-old center despite assurances that Montana State University intends to re-staff it.

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Kosich to ride in MS fundraiser

Lew Kosich, head coach for the Montana State Billings men's and women's tennis program, will be participating in the annual Northwest Multiple Sclerosis Society fund raiser bicycle ride.

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UW bulletin highlights agriculture research

LARAMIE — The Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station's Field Days Bulletin is in its second year of publication.

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Guest opinion: Medical research saves lives, creates jobs in Montana

The burning question in Washington these days is how to reduce government spending and by how much. We don’t often hear how these cuts could impact funding for critical medical research here in Montana and across the country. Under current law, funding for cancer research, heart disease, dia…

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University of Wyoming associate professor Po Chen

University of Wyoming associate professor Po Chen

University of Wyoming associate professor of geology and geophysics Po Chen will use the new supercomputer in Cheyenne, Wyo., to model major seismic events.

June 09, 2012 6:58 pm

Carroll College receives $1M research grant

HELENA — Carroll College has received a four-year, $1 million grant to work with Montana State University and three tribal colleges to study the effects of environmental changes on the spread of infectious diseases.

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3 Montana State grads get Fulbright fellowships

BOZEMAN - Three recent Montana State University graduates have received Fulbright fellowships for one year of international research or teaching.

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Snake charmers

Snake charmers

Children get up close to a water snake during a presentation at the American Prairie Foundation’s first BioBlitz on American Prairie Reserve.

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Streams release greenhouse gas

BOZEMAN — Streams and rivers across the United States emit more of a potent greenhouse gas than previously thought, according to a team of 27 scientists.

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UW scientists help spearhead genome research

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — University of Wyoming researchers are members of a team that has sequenced the entire genome of an organism that is seen as a model for understanding rapid evolution.

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UW dedicates addition to State Veterinary Lab

LARAMIE, Wyo.  — The University of Wyoming State Veterinary Lab now has more capability to research animal diseases thanks to a $25 million addition and remodeling.

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Tech students use wild game in pollution research

Tech students use wild game in pollution research

BUTTE — Karen Gillespie and Jennifer Black have the perfect lab rats running around the woods of southwest Montana.

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Wheat

Wheat

WestBred President Ron Ueland, left, and Dan Biggerstaff of Montana State University examine barley co-developed by the business and MSU.

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Grasslands, global change subject of talk

The effects of global changes on North America's grasslands are the subject of the summer seminar series lecture July 2 at the University of Wyoming-National Park Service Research Center. The center is located at the AMK Ranch in Grand Teton National Park.

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State ranks 23rd in high school grad rate

CHEYENNE - Wyoming ranks 23rd in the nation, with a high school graduation rate of 73.2 percent.

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City Lights: Survey says … City's residents not very reticent

The people who run local government have received a clear mandate from the people of Billings: Stop getting tangled up in expensive lawsuits and do something about traffic congestion.

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