LSU in the News
Heather McKillop, along with her research team from LSU, excavated the salt kitchens where brine was boiled in clay pots over fires in pole and thatch buildings. The Maya constructed stone temples and palaces in the rainforest all across Central America and had stunning stone carvings of their royal leaders.
For hundreds of thousands of years, the fossil of a small child has been hidden in the darkness of South Africa's Rising Star cave. The skull, from a child that was 4 to 6 years old at the time of death, is the first known to belong to an ancient human relative called Homo naledi.
More than a decade after the biggest oil spill in U.S. history, and as the Coast Guard works to contain a new disaster off the coast of Southern California, experts say surprisingly little has changed in how oil spills are cleaned up.
When Food Network chef Jet Tila was in his twenties, he paid the bills by working in college foodservice. Specifically, he worked for Compass Group, the parent company of Chartwells Higher Education, which provides dining services at schools across the country.
President Biden is expected to meet Wednesday with executives from companies including Walt Disney Co. , Microsoft Corp. and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. to advance his Covid-19 vaccination requirements for the private sector.
Houston Chronicle: These LSU engineering students built a robot arm that can help farmers harvest crawfish
It may not be long before our beloved crawfish are handled by robots before they meet the pot.
The annual Gulf of Mexico "dead zone" – a region of oxygen-depleted water off Louisiana and Texas that's harmful to sea life – is larger than average this summer, federal scientists from NOAA announced in a report out Tuesday.