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Introducing ‘Mesh,’ a Memory-saving Plug-in that Could Boost Phone and Computer Performance
Chaitra Gopalappa
UMass Amherst Researchers Receive $1.2 million NSF Grant to Study How Public Health Investments Impact Multiple Related Diseases
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U.S. Department of Interior Awards $4.5 Million to Renew Support for Climate Science Center at UMass Amherst
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UMass Amherst Astronomers, Part of International Team, Win 2020 Breakthrough Prize for Black Hole Discoveries
Using multi-color TIRF microscopy, UMass cell biologists could clearly see and quantitatively define the branching microtubule nucleation process for the first time in real time in animal cells.
How Microtubules Branch in New Directions, a First Look in Animals

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