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March 2016

Margaret A. Riley, biology, is interviewed on the radio program “Beef Buzz” about her work on developing new antibiotics and the issue of antibiotic resistance.

Laura N. Vandenberg, environmental health sciences, comments in a story about efforts to detect and get rid of the chemical bisphenol A, which has recently been detected in cans used for food. She says the chemical is widespread and can be harmful even in small doses.

Jim Watkins (CPHM) and Peter Reinhart, Director of the Institute for Applied Life Sciences (IALS), are featured in a video about the New England node of NextFlex, an academic and industry consortium tasked with developing a national ecosystem for research and development of flexible hybrid electronics.

Spencer, psychological and brain sciences, believes small children benefit the most because they are in a developmental stage that highlights the impact of sleep on memory, something that isn’t as strong in older people.

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology announced Tuesday that Lila M. Gierasch, a distinguished faculty member at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, will be the next editor in chief of the Journal of Biological Chemistry, the nonprofit’s peer-reviewed journal.