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Older dogs and male dogs are better hunting companions than younger dogs and female dogs says the author of a new study on the hunting ability and nutritional status of domestic dogs in lowland Nicaragua.
Just published this month, new research shows how spiders eavesdrop on other males and copy their courtship signals as a likely means of stealing their mate.
Cemeteries in ancient Pompeii were “mixed-use developments” with a variety of purposes that included serving as an appropriate site to toss out the trash.
A University of Cincinnati-based journal devoted to research on papyri from Egypt sheds light on job training, prayer, dream interpretation and belief in magic in the ancient world.
University of Cincinnati history research examines trends in U.S. home births in the 1970s and paints a portrait of home-birth activists of the era – activists who represented a broad cross section of society.
With his June 2011 senior thesis examining tent cities, UC planning graduate Andrew Heben seemingly foreshadowed current “Occupy” protests.
When the American Society of Criminology meets in Washington, D.C., later this week, UC’s top-ranked criminal justice program will serve as a strong research presence, with about 40 research papers and presentations.
UC historian Wendy Kline will present her case study research on coercive birth control used as a form of eugenics.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.