1. A team of researchers at the University of Richmond, led by professor of behavioral neuroscience Kelly Lambert, taught rats to drive. The research has important implications for mental health treatments. More than 1,500 news outlets from across the world have shared news about this research. Learn more at: news.richmond.edu/releases/article/-/16721/research-scientists-at-university-of-richmond-teach-rats-to-drive-results-may-inform-future-research-strategies-for-mental-health-treatments.html

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  3. Stephanie Spera, a University of Richmond assistant professor of geography and the environment, is studying the impact of climate change on fall leaves, specifically in Acadia National Park. You can learn more about this research in Spera’s article for The Conversation, “Leaf peep for science – I want your old photos of fall foliage,” at theconversation.com/leaf-peep-for-science-i-want-your-old-photos-of-fall-foliage-124978

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  4. As manager of biological laboratories at University of Richmond and an expert on animal care, Jennifer O’Donnell oversees the care of the Spiders men's basketball team's live spider mascot, Tarrant the tarantula, as well as about a dozen other types of spiders. O'Donnell and her students care for and study the spiders, which provide a variety of educational and observation opportunities. Learn more in this video and at news.richmond.edu/experts/halloween/odonnell.

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  5. We have our very own Maleficent at UR, a black widow spider rescued by Jennifer O’Donnell, manager of biological laboratories and animal care expert. She oversees the care of this black widow as well as about a dozen tarantulas. Learn more at vimeo.com/365070430/d6f7ac82b2.

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