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Five UMass Anthropology students on-site in Barcelona, Spain
Cultural heritage field research sends CHESS students abroad
A solar-powered wireless network on the shell of a turtle.
Computer scientists place networks in surprising places
Environmental Engineer David Reckhow holds a drinking water sample in the lab
Evaluating disinfection byproducts in drinking water
Polluted skyline over Fairbanks, Alaska
Understanding the chemistry of air pollution to reduce health risks
Addressing the decline of nature’s most efficient pollinators
Invasive species Sahara mustard covers hillside in western Arizona
Controlling invasive species in a changing climate
UMass Professors Peggy Schwartz and Sofiya Alhassan dance with scarf.
Campus researchers aim dual weapons at childhood obesity and diabetes
from left- Jeff Morse, Jessica Adamick, Rebecca Resnik-Zellen, and Mark Tuominen
UMass Amherst paves the way for unprecedented expansion in nanotech communication
New program breaks ground
Students take a gravity core about 200 m from the tidewater glacier face
Studying glaciers to understand and predict climate change
Researcher Casey Brown and a view of the Connecticut River.
Understanding hydrosystems to predict and respond to climate change along the Connecticut River
UMass Amherst Professor Craig T. Martin and The Molecular Playground
Springfield Science Museum features a UMass-developed Molecular Playground