By Bud Mortenson on July 6, 2006
The Galápagos islands — where Charles Darwin first found evidence that would lead to his theory of natural selection — became a little more diverse last summer. Michael Russello and research colleagues from Yale University used mitochondrial and nuclear DNA analyses to identify previously unknown genetic diversity among the endangered tortoises in that remote Pacific archipelago.
By Bud Mortenson on June 25, 2006
Interdisciplinary programs put health, fine arts and more in the mix Painting, sculpture and other fine arts may seem an unlikely match with health education, but that unusual combination is happening at UBC Okanagan. It’s part of a vision shared by Joan Bottorff, Dean of Faculty of Health and Social Development, and Robert Belton, Dean […]