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Michigan News: New methods of conservation needed to prevent the extinction of great apes

Great apes, human’s closest living relatives, are knocking on the door of extinction.

In the News: Conflict in the canopy as human and climate factors drive liana dominance over trees

According to Robyn Burnham, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Michigan in the U.S., lianas bring a host of benefits to local ecosystems.

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The Michigan Daily: How four UMich museums drive cutting-edge research

Design by Hannah Willingham.

The University of Michigan is credited for providing renowned resources for its students and University community, as well as hosting many impressive museums open to the public. .The U-M Museum of Zoology, the Herbarium, the Museum of Paleontology and the Museum of Anthropological Archaeology are not open to the public, but serve an important role in the research produced at the University and in the storage and preservation of their collections. 

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