Most frogs use acoustic signals - or croaks - to communicate during mating season, but some species have also developed a wave, called a foot flag, as a signal to deter the competition. New Wake Forest research looks at the role testosterone plays in the evolutionary process of these signals.
Today Wake Forest University introduced a new and improved online newsroom (news.wfu.edu) to deliver newsworthy content in a visually-compelling, mobile-responsive and easy-to-navigate design.
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School of Business
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School of Divinity
An ecumenical and dynamic theological school equipping religious leaders for ministries of justice, reconciliation, and compassion.
School of Law
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School of Medicine
Promoting health and well-being by cultivating the discovery, teaching and application of biomedical knowledge.