Could the gentle flap of a butterfly wing in China set off a tornado in Texas? Thumbnail

Could the gentle flap of a butterfly wing in China set off a tornado in Texas?

Submitted by Meredith Guinness, Assistant Director, Media Relations on November 21, 2011

Even those who don’t study mathematics have probably heard this meteorological conundrum: Could the gentle flap of a butterfly wing in China set off

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Fairfield University professor wins award for dedication to “Lake Lilli”

Submitted by Meredith Guinness, Assistant Director, Media Relations on November 21, 2011

Lake Lillinonah, Connecticut’s second largest lake, is one of the state’s premier fishing holes, a fact not lost on both savvy anglers and the ma

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Geospatial technologies make history, science and other disciplines come to life

Submitted by Meredith Guinness, Assistant Director, Media Relations on November 21, 2011

A packed house of interested teachers, parents and students greeted Fairfield University Professor Marsha Alibrandi, Ph.D., when she offered a free No

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Helping Those with Parkinson Disease to Communicate

Submitted by Nina M. Riccio on November 18, 2011

With a post-doctoral degree in aging and human development, assistant professor Tess Deshefy-Longhi was able to further her research on an aspect of P

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