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Doctoral student Chris Barney, left, and Professor Al Crosby working on one of their cavitation instruments.
Understanding Cavitation Damage in Soft Tissues and Gels
Plainridge Park Casino’s First Year Did Not Reduce Lottery Sales Nearby or in State, UMass Amherst Report Says
Cleaning mackerel in Deer Isle, Maine, 1891
New England’s 1816 ‘Mackerel Year’ and Climate Change Today
An artist’s rendition of Geobacter expressing electrically conductive nanowires. Microbiologists at UMass Amherst have discovered a new type of natural wire produced by bacteria that could greatly accelerate the development of sustainable “green” conducting materials for the electronics industry.
Microbiologists Make Big Leap in Developing ‘Green’ Electronics
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UMass Dining App Wins Mobile Web Award

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