Today@UNL | Reinhard probes link between Native Americans, diabetes; Associate VC for research candidate visit is Aug. 2

Research led by UNL's Karl Reinhard utilized fossilized feces to examine the link between Native Americans and diabetes. Pictured is Reinhard; black chenopodium seeds; orange wolfberry seeds; and a seed and tissue from a prickly pear.
Research led by UNL's Karl Reinhard utilized fossilized feces to examine the link between Native Americans and diabetes. Pictured is Reinhard; black chenopodium seeds; orange wolfberry seeds; and a seed and tissue from a prickly pear.

Fossil feces offer insights into Native Americans, diabetes

A new study led by UNL's Karl Reinhard and published in the journal Current Anthropology suggests the link between Native Americans and high rates of diabetes may have come from what ancient Natives ate rather than how often they ate. Continue reading…

Subway to open store in Nebraska Union

 A Subway restaurant will be opening in the Nebraska Union Food Court prior to the start of the fall semester. Remodeling of the space will begin soon. The store will include new equipment that allows for maximum speed of service. Subway replaces the Planet Sub location. Continue reading…

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