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Forbes Magazine publishes article featuring Andrew Somerville’s research

An article published in Forbes Magazine features an interview with Andrew Somerville, assistant professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures. The article, “Why is your pet rabbit of European Descent? Researchers have a possible explanation,” examines Somerville’s research that was published in the May 2021 issue of Animal Frontiers. Animal Frontiers is the … Continue reading Forbes Magazine publishes article featuring Andrew Somerville’s research

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Andrew Somerville publishes article in the latest issue of “Animal Frontiers”

Andrew Somerville, assistant professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, has published an article “Why Were New World Rabbits Not Domesticated?” The article was published in the latest issue of Animal Frontiers. Animal Frontiers is the official journal of the following globally active professional animal science societies: The American Society of Animal Science, … Continue reading Andrew Somerville publishes article in the latest issue of “Animal Frontiers”