Graduate Student Kelly Robles and Drs. Margaret Sereno, Dare Baldwin, and Richard Taylor Set Record

Graduate student Kelly Robles recently published a paper in Nature Humanities and Social Sciences Communications along with Drs. Margaret Sereno, Dare Baldwin, and Richard Taylor (from UO's Physics Department). The study found that by age 3, kids prefer nature's fracture patterns and the resulting story set a record number of views for an AroundtheO story. Huge congratulations to this terrific team of scientists for such an interesting study and for attracting so much media attention. Participate in the conversation on social media and let us know what you think about this research!

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