College of Natural Sciences
UMass scientists investigate what causes the insidious disease and how to prevent it.
UMass scientists turn their revolutionary ideas into businesses.
The northern pike is a twitchy fish—when startled it changes direction incredibly quickly.
Think like a plant.
Professor Michele L. Cooke describes the value that deaf people provide to the larger community.
Jeanne Hardy won a big new prize, but there's more to it than that.
Professor Emeritus Robert Wilce on going the distance for arctic seaweed.
UMass scientists create a digital Noah’s ark.
Evolutionary biologist Diane Kelly uncovers the nuts and bolts of how baby animals get made.
To counter extinction, wildlife spokesman Jeff Corwin ’02G invokes a legacy of conservation.
The UMass Amherst Laboratory of Medical Zoology’s tick lab makes outdoor adventuring safer.
Murugappan Muthukumar, one of the world’s top polymer physicists, has long been fascinated by vision and the physiology of the eye. Plus, more research breakthroughs.
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