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Latest CANR Research News
  • Precision Prevention For Prostate Cancer

    June 04, 2021 | Written by Dante LaPenta
    Aditya Dutta and research collaborators found that, under conditions of stress, the NKX3.1 gene, which is critical in prostate biology, moves to the mitochondria — the powerhouse of the cell — in order to protect against prostate cancer.
  • Planting for the planet

    April 22, 2021 | Written by Tracey Bryant
    The saying “From tiny acorns, mighty oaks grow” reminds us that great things can come from small, humble beginnings. It also points to an easy way each one of us can turn inspiration into action to “Restore Our Earth” — the theme of Earth Day 2021.
  • Why can't we be friends?

    April 06, 2021 | Written by Tracey Bryant
    Just as the beneficial bacteria living in yogurt and sauerkraut are good for your gut, tiny organisms living in the soil help plants — by getting them nutrients, protecting them from drought, and fending off disease.
  • Backyard carbon

    March 29, 2021 | Written by Lauren Bradford
    To witness the carbon cycle in action, many homeowners need look no further than their own backyards. Researchers quantify carbon emissions from lawns and lawn maintenance in cities.
  • Tropical rainforest index

    Article by Dante LaPenta | July 23, 2021

    UD Prof. Rodrigo Vargas and collaborators develop unique tool to plan conservation, restoration and avoid climate tipping points

  • Insights into cataracts

    Article by Ann Manser | July 22, 2021

    Large genetic study identifies dozens of new links to eye disease

  • Helping our dogs

    Article by Diane Stopyra | July 21, 2021

    As workers move back into the office, dogs are left alone and anxious, but there are ways to ease the transition

  • Feeding deep ocean microbes

    Article by Karin Valentine (ASU) with contribution from Adam Thomas | July 08, 2021

    Under the ocean, microbes are active and poised to eat whatever comes their way

  • Tropical rainforest index

    Article by Dante LaPenta | July 23, 2021

    UD Prof. Rodrigo Vargas and collaborators develop unique tool to plan conservation, restoration and avoid climate tipping points

  • Earning his stripes

    Article by Lauren Bradford | July 09, 2021

    New doctoral grad works to protect Sumatran tigers

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