UMass Amherst researchers—including College of Natural Sciences faculty—have been recognized as among the world’s most highly cited researchers this year.
Brigham-Grette and her co-author highlight the importance of the cryosphere (Earth’s ice sheets, sea ice, permafrost, polar oceans, glaciers, and snow).
The UMass Amherst Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (CAFE), which manages 4-H in Massachusetts, is working to broaden its scope of programming.
The selection of Professor Bezanson was inspired by her work at UMass’s Mount Ida Campus with PowerCorpsBOS, a Boston-based green jobs program.
Zooplankton in Ocean and Freshwater are Rapidly Escalating the Global Environmental Threat of Plastics
A single microscopic animal can create up to 366,000 nanoplastic particles per day, according to UMass Amherst researchers.
The development and adoption of emerging metalense technology is advancing in the commonwealth, thanks to a partnership between UMass Amherst and EMA.
Food plays an important role in promoting health and reducing chronic illness, according to UMass Amherst researchers.
UMass Hydrogeologists Develop Innovative way to Predict Saltwater Intrusion into Groundwater Using Plymouth, Mass. as Test Case
As coastal lands become more vulnerable to climate change and subsequent saltwater intrusion, UMass is working to generate predictive models.
In its eighth consecutive year on the list, the university has jumped 10 spots—solidifying its place as a sustainability leader in higher education.
On The Trail Of The Silver King: Researchers at UMass Amherst Reveal Unprecedented Look at Tarpon Migration
More than five-years research, 1.1 million in grants and collaborations with anglers, industry, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust promises to reshape conservation efforts