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UMass Amherst professor Ventura Pérez examines skeletal remains.
Anthropologist pioneers new ways to investigate violence
Wind turbine in a stormy sky
UMass/Northeastern team engineers protocols for offshore wind turbines
UMass Amherst chemical engineer Shelly Peyton in her laboratory
Chemical Engineer Shelly Peyton has developed an unique approach to breast cancer research
Caitlyn Butler, colleagues, and villagers in front of the green latrine in Ghana
Treats waste, protects health, and generates electricity with microbial fuel cells
View of future site of Teso University in Uganda.
Collaborating to design a brighter future for war-torn Uganda
UMass Amherst microbiologist Derek Lovley in his laboratory
Microbial electrosynthesis yields fuel and unleashes new applications
UMass Amherst scientists study methane-exhaling microbes that live underwater
Researchers define limits of microbial life in an undersea volcano
UMass Amherst Goldwater Scholar Benjamin Waldman '13 in the lab.
The Office of National Scholarship Advisement wants you
Michael Akresh is conducting research on the Prairie Warbler habitat.
Doctoral student Michael Akresh is working to promote songbird conservation
Economist Michael Ash looks over the report "Justice in the Air" in his office.
Economists mine EPA data for the right to clean air and water
James, Young, Director, Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies
The Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies
Campus researchers are discovering how and why stress manifests across the life span