Lawrence-Douglas County Sustainability teams up with After the Harvest and Community Organized Gleaners to expand food recovery on farms

The Lawrence-Douglas County Sustainability Office is teaming up with After the Harvest, a Kansas City, Mo.-based produce rescue nonprofit, and Community Organized Gleaners (COGs), a … Continue reading

ATLAS psychometrician awarded grant for improving software, methods for educational research

 Jake Thompson, senior psychometrician with Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems at the University of Kansas, has received a $225,000 grant from the Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Educational…

Starting April 7, vaccination clinics at fairgrounds need to be accessed from 23rd Street and O’Connell Road

Beginning Monday, April 5, Douglas County District Court will start using the Douglas County Fairgrounds for court proceedings. District Court will be using Flory Meeting … Continue reading

Research: Fans prefer teams that built success over time more than teams that bought wins with purchased superstars

When a franchise buys a superstar like Tom Brady or LeBron James, the team tends to win more games. But do the fans follow? How … Continue reading

Study finds stark divide between military men, women on gender-neutral bathrooms, reinforcing discrimination

The introduction of gender-neutral restrooms into public and private spaces is a departure from more than a century of policies put in place to ostensibly … Continue reading

Researchers boost the potency of an HIV-1 antibody, tracing new potential pathways for vaccine development

Much like coronavirus, circulating HIV-1 viruses mutate into diverse variants that pose challenges for scientists developing vaccines to protect people from HIV/AIDS. “AIDS vaccine development … Continue reading