CNS Career Center and Project Onramp Drive Paid Internship Opportunities for UMass Pell Grant Recipients
Opportunities to help all students combine their in-class academics with the real world to give them career experience to pursue their next step for careers
Soil Carbon, Nitrogen, Soil Fertility and Climate Change are tightly linked, Research Led by UMass Amherst Shows
Scientists show that carbon levels govern the form of nitrogen available, a relationship that holds true across ecosystems
Hammer Time: how Students, Faculty, Local Businesses and Holyoke’s Community Development Corporation are Teaming up to Fight the Housing Crisis
The DesignBuild class seeks to bridge this gap between the builders and designers with a two-semester sequence.
Called let-7, the microRNA governs formation of the cellular memory pool and is a gift from the dawn of animal life.
U.S. Census Bureau Recruits UMass Icons Program Students to work on Equitable Access to Electrical Power
Students from UMass Amherst’s Integrated Concentration in STEM (iCons) Program were recruited by the U.S. Census Bureau’s The Opportunity Project (TOP)
UMass Amherst astronomer Stephen Schneider among the standing stones of the campus Sunwheel to observe sunrise and sunset on Saturday, Sept. 23
UMass Amherst Neuroscientist aims to Advance Knowledge of Human Brain Development by Mapping the Sea Slug Brain
NIH-funded research represents a unique way to ‘build a brain’
New research from UMass Amherst the first to examine entire tomato species, from tiny, hairy and terrible-tasting to large and sweet
Cheung/Wu lab Receives four-year $1.5 Million Nih Research Award to Continue Research on Plant Reproduction
Biochemistry and Molecular biology professors, received a four-year, $1.5 million research award from the (NIH) for research on plant reproduction.
Biogeochemistry sounds like the hardest triple-major to which one could be subjected. But to Hannah Naughton it’s the only logical way to account for how envir
Nanogel delivery system developed at UMass Amherst allowed obese mice to return to normal weight, even as they continued their high-fat diet.