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May 13, 2013 — The Biodiversity Institute, a division of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming, has selected recipients of its first annual call for proposals for three initiatives this spring. The winners will receive a combined total of $51,000 for their projects. The three grant categories, Biodiversity Research, Biodiversity in Art and International/Field Course grants, received a combined 47 applications from UW students, faculty and staff in 12 …

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2014 calendars, featuring the Wonderful World of Orthoptera (grasshoppers and crickets) are now available!

"Orchids are beautiful flowers—until you see one of them opening a pair of deadly arms and jaws to kill a butterfly who was just looking for some pollen to eat. That's what the orchid mantis does, the "first known predator to lure prey by mimicking flowers." Now, this process has been documented for the first time."

The first week of November, the Biodiversity Institute was extremely privileged to host Katrina van Grouw, the author and illustrator of the extraordinary new publication “A Very Fine Swan Indeed: Art, Science and ”The Unfeathered Bird”, for a series of remarkable events around campus.


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