For a study looking at how heart disease risk changes during the menopausal transition, the Molecular and Cardiovascular Physiology Lab is seeking volunteers to participate.
Women who have recently begun the menopausal transition, have not had their period for 60 days or more but less than one...
Researchers from the anthropology department and Brooklyn College have led a team that has discovered what is likely the most extensive collection of extinct lemur fossils ever found in an underwater cave.
In the fall of 2014, co-primary investigators Laurie Godfrey, professor emerita of...
Polymer scientist Ryan Hayward and Junhee Na, Arthur Evans and Christian Santangelo at UMass Amherst, with several other collaborators, have found a way to make reversibly self-folding origami structures on small length scales using ultraviolet photolithographic patterning of photo-crosslinkable polymers.
Decreasing the no-show rate at health care centers, in part through group medical appointments, is one of the health improvement strategies to be tested in the coming months at Springfield’s Caring Health Center by researchers there and from the School of Public Health and Health Sciences at UMass Amherst.
Health workers worldwide have been thwarted by the malaria parasite’s ability to evolve resistance to drugs. But now, UMass Amherst microbiologist Stephen Rich and his research team report a malaria intervention that shows great promise in laboratory models.
Plant geneticists including Sam Hazen at UMass Amherst and Siobhan Brady at the University of California, Davis, have sorted out the gene regulatory networks that control cell wall thickening by the synthesis of the three polymers, cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin.
Biology professors Duncan Irschick and Jeff Podos, with their colleague Mark Briffa, an associate professor in animal behavior at Plymouth University, U.K., recently completed a three-year project with the publication of their new book, “Animal Signaling and Function: An Integrative Approach...
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced this week that the Northeast Climate Science Center at the UMass Amherst is awarding nearly $690,000 to universities and other partners for research to guide managers of parks, refuges and other cultural and natural resources in planning how to help species and ecosystems adapt to climate change.
The iCons program at UMass Amherst continues to develop strong relationships between the university and industry. Recent internships at Waters Corp. in Milford have involved iCons students in solving real world problems for the company.