Two undergraduate students in Biology, Riley Tedrow and Russell Engelman, make new species discoveries and become lead authors of the papers that described them. Read more about it in THINK:
CWRU researcher studies how weather affects wood frogs:
After warmer winters, wood frogs breed earlier and produce fewer eggs, a Case Western Reserve University researcher has found.
Michael Benard, an assistant professor of biology, also found that frogs produce more eggs during winters with more rain and snow.
Benard's study, published Monday in the...
Mayflies are everywhere in Cleveland right now! Biology Assistant Professor Jessica Fox gives an interview to Channel 5 news about these swarms - click here to watch and learn!
James Zull remembers when a single chain separated Western Reserve University and the Case Institute of Technology. The chain was a futile effort to create an illusion of separation.
People often stepped right over it to visit someone at the other university, showing that, from the outset, the two institutions were...