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How SAS Helped Save a Baby Lemur’s Life

By Colin Warren-Hicks for the Durham Herald-Sun View the original article HERE. DURHAM, N.C. – SAS saved a baby lemur. Well – to clarify – SAS data management programing played a major part in helping to save the life of a rare but ailing newborn aye-aye lemur named Agatha. That’s what Anne-Lindsay Beall, editor of the Customer […]



How A Summer of Lemurs and Analytics Helped Me Find My Voice

By Briana Ullman, Corporate Creative Intern at SAS and student at NC State University RALEIGH, N.C. — Never in my life could I have imagined myself talking about data analysis just inches away from a lemur – and as a part of my job. And honestly, this was only one of the many incredible things that have happened […]



Gregg Gunnell, Director of the Division of Fossil Primates, Dies at 63

By Robin A. Smith DURHAM, N.C. — Gregg Gunnell, 63, a Duke University paleontologist who oversaw a collection of more than 30,000 fossils from around the world, died Wednesday, September 20 at Duke University Hospital in Durham. Gunnell died while undergoing treatment for lymphoma, which he was diagnosed with less than a month before his […]



Could poop transplants speed recovery for sick lemurs?

Read the full release: “Lemur Research Gets A Gut Check.” Lydia and Erin’s work is an excellent example of the non-invasive research conducted at the DLC — and how, by working closely with our technician, conservation, and veterinary staff, Duke researchers help improve the welfare of the DLC’s lemur population! Learn more about Duke graduate student Lydia Greene in “Greene Finds […]