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Petal prowess: Oconee bell wildflowers might be one giant organism

Thousands of delicate pink-white wildflowers known as Oconee Bells blanket parts of northwest South Carolina each spring, attracting admirers from near and far. [caption id="attachment_53010" align="alignright" width="197"] Oconee Bells. Courtesy Keith Bradley, South Carolina Department...

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Are some people born lucky? A UT psychologist argues inequality’s genetic roots

[caption id="attachment_51502" align="alignright" width="329"] Harden's book is available September 2021.[/caption] Kathryn Paige Harden, a 2003 Furman University psychology alumna, has written a new book, "The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality" (Princeton University...

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