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In the news: June 2016

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Sci-fi writer James Gunn has been 'Star-Begotten' since youth - Topeka Capital Journal

Study of flowers' co-evolution with bees and hummingbirds earns Hileman major grants - 6News Lawrence

Tracking the Bees - NewsOK.com

Evolution favors the bioluminescent - Ars Technica

Here's what KU's new Central District student union and science building will look like - Lawrence Journal World

For Those Who Didn't Ace Their English Classes, Here's 'Twelfth Night' Explained - KCUR

Kansas Special Session Could Include Action Against The Courts - KMUW

Political scientists predict gains for moderates, Democrats in Kansas Legislature this election - Wichita Eagle

In effort to understand continuing racial disparities, NIH to test for bias in study sections - Science Magazine

Sanders: The sooner he exits, the more clout he gets - Kansas City Star

Finding Dory in KC: The environmentally friendly way to enjoy blue tang fish - Kansas City Star

When Does Equality Flourish? - The New Yorker

Will Kansas remain deep red state? - The Wichita Eagle

Does My Vote Matter? A Look At Democrats In Kansas - KCUR-FM Online

For Those Who Didn't Ace Their English Classes, Here's 'Twelfth Night' Explained - KCUR-FM Online

Five KU student Fulbright recipients will research or teach abroad in upcoming year - Lawrence Journal-World Online

Kansas more moderate than legislature - The Emporia Gazette Online

Special Kansas Session Could Include Attacks Against State Courts -Kansas Public Radio

New research shines light on surprising numbers, evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fish - The Archaeology News Network

Bioluminescence in fish independently evolved 27 times - Focus

KU to offer classes in Leavenworth - Lawrence Journal-World

Digging the City of Goliath - Popular Archaeology

More fish glow in the dark than scientists ever knew - Newsweek Online

KU researchers awarded $2.4 million grant to study adolescents with autism-causing disorder - Lawrence Journal-World

Review: 'Destination: Planet Negro!' is an out-of-this-world racial satire - Examiner

New research shines light on surprising numbers and evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fish - Phys.org

Flash Mob! Glowing in Fishes More Widespread Than Thought - LiveScience

New research shines light on surprising numbers, evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fish - ScienceDaily

New research shines light on evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fishes - (e) Science News

Kansas City boosts efforts to save starving monarch butterflies - The Kansas City Star

No clear path to prevent closure of Kansas schools at this point - Wichita Eagle Online

Inside Charles Koch's $200 million quest for a 'Republic of Science'  - Washington Post

If the Legislature does it, does that mean it's not illegal? - Lawrence Journal-World

KU names five as distinguished professors - Lawrence Journal-World

KU chooses professor to be associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion - Lawrence Journal-World

Field set for competitive legislative races in Kansas - Kansas Health Institute

KU professors' book gets citation in the Supreme Court dissent everyone is talking about this week - Lawrence Journal-World Online

KU's stand-up comedy class gets the last laugh - Kansas City Star

Immigration deadlock highlights shortcomings of short-handed court - The Christian Science Monitor Online

7 Phrases That Will Help You Get Over a Breakup - Psychology Today Online

Latino Political Pulse: Will Immigration Frustration Impact 2016 Vote? - NBCNews.com

Will Brexit spur an exodus from the EU? - CBS News Online

Universities and guns - The Emporia Gazette Online

Immigration deadlock highlights shortcomings of short-handed court - Christian Science Monitor

A Trafficking-Terrorism Nexus in Central Asia - The Diplomat