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Researchers identify genetics behind male ornamentation in swordtail fish

New research conducted in part at the Xiphophorus Genetic Stock Center at Texas State University has identified the long-sought genetic basis behind eye-catching male ornamentation in swordtail fish.

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3eX-Ag program aims to increase underrepresented students in grad programs via USDA grant

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Researchers outline lessons to be learned from ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

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CommuniVax aims to strengthen community role in COVID vaccination campaign

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University Police Officers Receive First Round Of Vaccines

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Theatre and Dance plans full slate of virtual performances for spring 2021

THE CONVERSATION

Who is doing all those COVID-19 tests? Why you should care about medical laboratory professionals

RT @TXSTHealthCentr: We now have TWO Curative COVID-19 Testing locations on the San Marcos campus! The Kiosk is located on the plaza betwee…
2021-01-20T17:45:59Z
Many scholars have taken the position that fascism had ended with World War II, but #TXST digital history professor… https://t.co/MaCE3zj7Cj
2021-01-20T16:04:38Z

Texas Scholar Argues Fascism Did Not End With World War II

Texas Standard | January 19, 2021

Many scholars have taken the position that fascism had ended with World War II, but digital history professor Louie Dean Valencia-García says there’s plenty of evidence that fascist ideology survived Hitler and Mussolini.


The chilling similarities between the pro-Trump mob and lynchings a century ago

Washington Post | January 15, 2021

History lecturer Allison Robinson compares the actions of the January 6 Capitol rioters to the lynching era during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.


The Many Nameless Migrant Skeletons Buried Along America’s Border

The Daily Beast | January 11, 2021

Dr. Kate Spradley, an anthropologist at Texas State University, writes about her team’s mission: examining and identifying migrant skeletons found in mass graves in Texas.


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