$8.3 Million Awarded to UMass Boston and University of Wisconsin for Urology Research ›
Jill Macoska and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin Madison will investigate causes of urological disease.
Queasy Over Oysters? UMass Boston Scientists Investigate Why Some Are Prone to Bad Bacteria ›
UMass Boston professors and grad students look for new ways to track bacteria outbreaks in oysters.
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UMass Boston Professor Kamal Bawa Wins MIDORI Prize ›
International prize recognizes Bawa's contributions to biodiversity conservation and sustainability.
You Can Help Scientists Track Giant Kelp From Space! ›
UMass Boston scientist leads citizen science research project to investigate the “redwoods of the ocean”
Anonymous Gift of $1 Million Will Advance Biology Research Efforts ›
This gift will launch the new Biology Graduate Research Endowment, which will support stipends for graduate students, travel to conferences, and graduate research projects for years to come.
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UMass Boston Biology Professor Honored at University of Alberta Convocation ›
The University of Alberta presented Kamaljit Bawa with an honorary doctor of science degree for his life’s work promoting social justice and conservation biology.
UMass Boston Biology Professor Receives NSF Career Grant to Study Evolutionary Process ›
The National Science Foundation has given two UMass Boston biology professors its Early Career Development (CAREER) Award–the most prestigious grant the NSF awards to junior faculty.
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UMass Boston Biologist Bowen Receives Prestigious NSF CAREER Grant ›
Provides early and clear evidence that the NSF places a very high value on her work for restoring salt marshes and wetlands along coastal regions.
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Undergraduates Collaborate with Peers in Scotland ›
Poster session celebrates exchange program with Glasgow Caledonian University.
Chemistry Professor Wins Prestigious Fellowship ›
Marietta Schwartz, associate dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, will join the Executive Leadership In Academic Technology and Engineering (ELATE) program this fall. The part-time fellowship allows female senior faculty members in STEM to learn skills they need to advance their careers.