UMass Boston, New England Aquarium Launch Research Partnership ›
The University of Massachusetts Boston and New England Aquarium today signed a memorandum of agreement establishing a partnership that will significantly enhance the two institutions’ research capabilities.
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UMass Boston Math Professor Named “Emerging Scholar” in Diverse Magazine ›
Eduardo González is one of 12 scholars featured in the magazine.
Freshmen Chemistry Majors Bring Science to Life for Dorchester 8th Graders ›
Students in UMass Boston's Freshman Success Communities acted out plays to teach chemistry principles to students at the Dever-McCormack K-8 School as part of a yearlong collaboration.
At the Intersection of Biophysics and Cancer Biology ›
UMass Boston physics professor pursues potentially groundbreaking research on pancreatic cancer.
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Biologist Michael Rex is Elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science ›
Recognized for pioneering contributions to understanding patterns and causes of biodiversity in the deep sea.
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New Faculty Book Helps Physics Students Make Quantum Leaps ›
Professor of physics Maxim Olshanii's new book teaches qualitative methods.
Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy at UMass Boston Receives $8M Grant From MLSC ›
The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center has awarded an $8 million capital grant to support a cancer-research project led collaboratively by UMass Boston and the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center.
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UMass Boston PhD Student Awarded NASA Graduate Fellowship ›
A 2012 UMass Boston alumnus and current doctoral student has earned a prestigious fellowship through NASA's Minority University Research and Education Project.
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UMass Boston Minute: Chemistry at UMass Boston ›
Students win award for green chemistry activities.
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Quality of Species, Not Quantity, is the Key to a Healthy Ecosystem ›
New research by graduate student Marc Hensel investigates salt marsh ecosystems.