The example of W.E.B. Du Bois, born 150 years ago, is powerfully timeless.
Plastics and reproductive health, pollen tubes and pistils, teaching math, and safer toothbrushing.
Rebecca Richards ’94 shines light on a controversial spy law.
Highlighting new scientific research from UMass Amherst faculty.
Computer scientists search for the secrets of human vision.
UMass scientists create a digital Noah’s ark.
Evolutionary biologist Diane Kelly uncovers the nuts and bolts of how baby animals get made.
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.
How a volcano caused the “year without a summer,” a rediscovered species, fake news, and more.
Our author treks across campus to learn more about a UMass Amherst study on the precision and accuracy of consumer activity trackers.
What do they have to do with each other? Two important studies bridge gaps in understanding.
Student Kevin Harrington found bright new galaxies that produce one star every hour.
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